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SAB has taken control of a joint venture in Sichuan, becoming China's second largest brewer. The consolidating Chinese beer market could be a major opportunity for SAB. Although the brewer will have to fight off serious competition from emerging domestic beer giants such as Tsingtao, SAB's strong experience both in China and other developing beer markets should improve its chances.


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