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The Vietnamese government is to privatise its two largest breweries as part of an overhaul of the state's alcohol company the Vietnam International Alcohol Beer and Beverage Corp (Vinabeco). The two breweries concerned, Saigon Beer and Hanoi Brewery, hold about 30% of the country's beer market and contribute some 90% of Vinabeco's revenues.


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