Changes in personnel at the top level at several Vietnamese businesses have taken place. At DongA Bank, following its recently exposed financial problems, its chief executive Tran Phuong Binh and deputy CEO Nguyen Thi Ngoc Van had to step down, to be replaced by people from the Bank for Investment and Development of Vietnam. Meanwhile, the country’s two largest brewers, Habeco and Sabeco, has also witnessed the change in the chairman position. (more…)
On 18 December 2015, the Putian district on the southern cost of Fujian province witnessed the laying of the foundation stone of a new brewery. (more…)
United Breweries faced a challenge: Tracking and monitoring company assets deployed to supply draught beer to the bars. RFID technology puts all problems to rest.
With 100 years of brewing heritage, United Breweries Limited (UBL) has been a market leader in the beer business in India with over 50% market share. It has a portfolio of winning brands, with its flagship, Kingfisher, being synonymous with beer in the country. (more…)
China Resources Beer (Holdings) Co. has chosen banks to advise on options for its Chinese brewery joint venture with SABMiller Plc, people with knowledge of the matter said. (more…)
According to official statistics, in November 2015, beer production of Vietnamese industry amounted to 298.8 million liters of beer that is 8.7% more than for the same period last year. (more…)
Civil servants and young people are the biggest drinkers in Vietnam, according to a recent survey by the Institute of Sociology in Hanoi. (more…)
Ask any Muslim whether drinking beer is haram (prohibited), and their answer will be an obvious ‘yes’, due to the high alcohol content in the beverage that is intoxicating. The same goes with all Muslims living in Malaysia, ask them the same question, and they too are well aware that the substance is haram. (more…)
China Resources Beer (Holdings) has chosen banks to advise on options for its Chinese brewery joint venture with SABMiller, people with knowledge of the matter said. (more…)
Li Fucheng, CEO of Beijing Yanjing Beer Group Corporation, commented on the situation on the beer market in China at the economic conference. (more…)
A series of new beer brands have appeared in the domestic market recently. Many brewery groups are planning to jump into Vietnam’s promising market with 3 billion liters of beer consumed every year.
A report from Kantar Worldpanel Vietnam, a market survey firm, showed that an annual two-digit growth rate has been maintained in the Vietnamese market for many years, which is much higher than the six percent growth rate of the fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) market. (more…)