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Thai Asia Pacific Brewery, part-owned by Heineken, is to double its brewing capacity from 98 million litres to 190 million litres following the agreement of a Bht2 billion loan deal. The expansion is in response to growing demand for beer in Thailand where beer consumption grew by almost 9% last year. Thai Asia Pacific Brewery produces both the Heineken and Amstel brands in Thailand.


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