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INDIA: Shaw Wallace plans four new breweries

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Shaw Wallace plans to build four new breweries in India with an investment of US$20.7 million in addition to expanding its current facilities.

The first of the new sites will be in Jabalpur in Madhya Pradesh. Three further new breweries are to be built in Kerala, West Bengal and in Goa. The company said the development was in response to growing demand for its Haywards and Royal Challenge brands.


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