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Can a brewer successfully run a major airport? The Philippines may be about to find out. (Nikkei montage / source photos courtesy of San Miguel)
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San Miguel's $15bn airport: Game changer or white elephant?

Philippine beer giant bets its future on a four-runway aerotropolis

FRANCESCA REGALADO, Nikkei staff writer | Philippines

TOKYO/BULACAN, Philippines -- Amid the sodden mangroves of Taliptip, a sleepy fishing village 30 kilometers north of Manila, the San Miguel Corporation is planning to build the world's second-largest airport.

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