JAPAN: Kirin Holdings claims top spot from Asahi

By Michael Fitzpatrick | 16 April 2009

Growing sales of malt-free beer have seen Kirin Holdings again claim top spot on the Japanese beer market, after two years of ceding pole position to Asahi.

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Growing sales of malt-free beer have seen Kirin Holdings again claim top spot on the Japanese beer market, after two years of ceding pole position to Asahi.

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