THAILAND: Tsingtao Brewery Co prepares overseas foray - report

By Chris Mercer | 18 October 2011

Tsingtao Brewery Co has reportedly signed a deal to take a stake in a new brewery in Thailand, potentially marking its first capital investment beyond China.

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Tsingtao Brewery Co has reportedly signed a deal to take a stake in a new brewery in Thailand, potentially marking its first capital investment beyond China.

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