Beer giants eye up Asian markets

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Consumption of beer has skyrocketed in China in the past 20 years, and the worlds biggest selling brand of beer is now Chinese.

Thailand, meanwhile, is one of world's biggest consumers of alcohol, with beer becoming an increasingly popular alternative to the more traditional Mekong whisky.

The BBC's John Sudworth in Shanghai and Jonathan Head in Bangkok look at how the world's biggest brewers are eyeing Asian economies as key growth markets of the future.

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