NEW YORK— Molson Coors Brewing Co., the Denver company behind Coors Light beer, is expanding its presence in India by acquiring Mount Shivalik Breweries Ltd.. Kandy Anand, CEO of Molson Coors International, said India is the "fastest-growing" beer market in the world. Molson Coors first started doing business in India in 2011 when it bought a controlling stake in...» Read More
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