INDIA: Asia Pacific Breweries to build brewery

By Kevin Jacobs | 21 October 2008

Asia pacific Breweries (APB) plans to build a new brewery in Goa, and is on the hunt for a second location in the country.

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Asia pacific Breweries (APB) plans to build a new brewery in Goa, and is on the hunt for a second location in the country.

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