Chile brewer CCU says to invest about $2.7 bln through 2020
SANTIAGO, June 18
SANTIAGO, June 18 (Reuters) - Chilean brewer and bottler CCU said on Tuesday it plans to invest about $2.7 billion through 2020 to increase its productive capacity.
CCU, which has operations in Argentina, Chile and Uruguay, is controlled by the local Luksic family's Quinenco holding company and Heineken.
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