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According to reports in the Thai press, Carlsberg Asia and TCC, a Thai drinks company controlled by the Thai drinks magnate, Charoen Sirivadhanabhakdi, have each acquired a 25% stake in the Laos state-owned beer producer, Lao Brewery.


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