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The international brewing group, SABMiller, has announced that it has acquired a 29.6% stake in the Chinese brewer, Harbin Brewery Group, from China Enterprise Development Fund (CEDF), formerly the brewer's largest shareholder, for HK$675m (US$87m) in cash.


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