Heineken’s new Mozambique brewery shows the importance of Africa to international brewers and represents a vote of confidence, despite economic and corruption risks in the country.
Dutch brewer Heineken has opened a new USD 100 million brewery in Mozambique, a sizable investment which reflects the potential which the industry sees in African domestic markets.
Excerpt: Construction on the site in Maputo province began in December 2017. In a statement at the time, Heineken’s managing director for East and West Africa, Boudewijn Haarsma said: “Investing in a new market like Mozambique supports Heineken’s ambition to expand its footprint and be the number one or a strong number two in all markets in which it operates.”
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