Monthly Archives: June 2016

Vietnam. Why doesn’t Industry Ministry let Sabeco go?

VietNamNet Bridge – Sabeco was equitized eight years ago, but the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MOIT) still has not transferred the brewery to the State Capital Investment Corporation (SCIC).

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India. Carlsberg plant at Mysuru to be ready next year

Carlsberg in India had been focusing on specific cities to grow sales

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The Warcraft movie is so popular in China it has its own beer

As you may have heard, the Warcraft film bombed in the US. But as you also may have heard, worldwide gross actually matters now, and because of China, it’s far and away the highest earning video game film of all … Continue reading

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Interflour is taking a punt on Vietnamese beer drinkers

Interflour, one of the largest flour millers in Asia, has started building its first malting plant in Vietnam to capitalise on the burgeoning middle class and its appetite for beer

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Carlsberg to keep Sri Lanka’s Lion supplied after floods

Sri Lanka’s Ceylon Beverage Holdings Plc said its partner Carlsberg will brew and supply is brand with their factory expected to be out of commission for three months, after floods.

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India. Molson Coors India unveils ‘Thunderbolt’ in new premium packaging

Molson Coors Cobra India Ltd., the Indian subsidiary of leading global brewer Molson Coors Brewing Company announced a new brand packaging for Thunderbolt, a leading strong beer brand in India.

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India. Irate residents want more Tasmac shops in city closed

Since the closure of 14 Tasmac shops in Trichy, protests have been mounting demanding the closure of some more shops in the city, citing inconvenience to the people. On Monday, anti-liquor protestors demanded the closure of shops in Gandhi market … Continue reading

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Sri Lanka earns over Rs. 100 billion last year from liquor production

The Sri Lankan government has earned Rs. 105.35 billion in excise tax revenues from the hard liquor and malt liquor production in the country in last year, the Government Information Department said.

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India. Banks to file objections to Heineken’s impleadment plea

The Consortium of Banks led by SBI today said it would be filing objections to the Dutch beer major Heineken’s application before the Debt Recovery Tribunal seeking to be impleaded in the Vijay Mallya case.

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BrauBeviale 2016: Developments and trends on the beverage market – Focal point: beer

Creativity, naturalness and convenience the focal point Beer the heart of BrauBeviale Spoilt for choice in beverage packaging

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