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ThaiBev will pay VND109.97tn (US$4.8bn) for a majority stake in Saigon Beer Alcohol & Beverage Corp (Sabeco) after the Chang Beer owner emerged as the sole major bidder in the race for Vietnam's biggest brewer.


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