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Thailand. Bottoms up: Here’s why ThaiBev is sticking with its beer segment for the long term

Its market share for beer has increased by 10%. The beverage firm has had great success with its non-alcoholic beverage (NAB) segment, but its definitely won’t be moving away from its evergreen beer segment.

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Thailand. 96-year-old Thai Bev director steps down

A 96-year-old director at Thai Beverage has stepped down due to his health, a regulatory filing from the beverage company showed on Friday.

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ThaiBev is sticking with its beer segment for the long term

Its market share for beer has increased by 10%.

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C&C Group signs new distribution agreement in Singapore market

C&C Group has signed a distribution partnership with InterBev Singapore, a subsidiary of ThaiBev, to strengthen the presence of its Magners brand in key market growth channels inside the Asian country.

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Japan. Asahi Risks European-Sized Hangover

The standard line when it comes to Japanese consumer companies making acquisitions overseas is that they’re trying to escape the demographic decline at home. So what to make of Asahi’s reported interest in eastern Europe?

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Vietnam. Why are investors attracted to Sabeco?

ThaiBev, the conglomerate owned by Thai billionaire Charoen Sirivadhanabhakdi, has been chasing Sabeco’s stakes for a few years. More than 10 investors have registered to buy Sabeco’s shares. Why are investors so interested in the Vietnamese beer manufacturer?

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Instead of local Sabeco beer, will Vietnamese choose beer from Thailand?

Vietnamese, from economists to housewives, now are talking about the presence of Thai manufacturers in nearly all business fields. Thai products have been flooding the Vietnamese market, from footwear to toothpaste, from electric household-use appliances to cosmetics.

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Thailand. In 1Q 2016, ThaiBev beer sales grew 61.1%

Thai Beverage Public Company Limited (“ThaiBev”) published the performance of the first quarter of 2016.

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Thailand. ThaiBev’s net profit jumps 30% to $333m in Q1

Thanks to contributions from spirits, beer segments.

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Thai moguls chase deals in Vietnam as ‘buy-Thai’ market booms

Through supermarkets, malls, dairy and beer, Thai tycoons are pursuing deals in Vietnam that could break mergers and acquisitions records in the upwardly mobile market of 90 million people, at the expense of their Asian rivals.

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