On 12 January, Carlsberg Brewery Holdings of Chongqing declared closing of its branch in Qianjiang. It was the third in series for the last 4 months. (more…)
Since January 2016, the prices of beer in the dealer networks and retail stores in Vietnam have increased sharply. The reason for this jump was the introduction on 1January 2016 of a new special consumption tax (SCT). (more…)
Philippine conglomerate San Miguel Corp said on Wednesday it is interested in acquiring SABMiller PLC‘s Grolsch and Peroni beer brands, its President Ramon Ang told Reuters. (more…)
Despite the fact that in 2015 Sabeco produced 1.38 billion liters of beer, the experts say very little growth of the company. Meanwhile, Heineken was able, for the very first time, to outstrip Habeco and to take the second place in the beer market of Vietnam. (more…)
On 8 January 2016, in Hanoi Habeco Corporation held a conference where has summarized the results of their work in 2015 and shared the plans for 2016.
Nguyen Hong Linh, CEO of Habeco said that in 2015 the company managed to largely surpass the annual plan. The production value increased by 10.4% compared to 2014 to 9,964 billion dong and total sales increased by 9.6% to 11.033 billion dong. This, in turn, 0.9% more than expected. (more…)
On 8 January, Lee Chang and his friends had a rest in a hotel in the Zhangdian District of Zibo in Shandong Province and found that he bought a pack of beer with a partially-filled bottle of «Harbin Wheat Kin». (more…)
What the right hand is doing. After the Delhi government allowed the pubs to operate, two departments are holding up permits for opening micro-breweries in the city. (more…)
Top Japanese brewer Asahi Group Holdings is taking a gamble amid a new wave of global consolidation.
Asahi’s headquarters in Tokyo is shown in this photo taken in November 2015. (more…)
ICICI Bank, the country’s largest private sector lender, today picked up 19.58 lakh shares of United Breweries Limited for a little over Rs 186 crore through an open market transaction. (more…)
While Asia will boast the highest consumption level for beer in the coming years, Africa is set to provide the strongest drivers for growth, according to recent research. (more…)