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Heineken invests $100M in Mozambique brewery

Dutch beer giant Heineken NV on March 13 officially opened its first brewery in Mozambique.

The plant, which is in the Mozambique capital of Maputo, is the result of a $100 million investment by Heineken. It employs 200 people and has a production capacity of 800,000 hectoliters.

The brewery will produce five of Heineken's local and international brands: Txilar, Amstel, Sagres, Strongbow and its flagship namesake brand.

The company said it sent the plant's employees to Heineken's operations in Portugal, South Africa, Nigeria and Ethiopia for training.