AB InBev’s president for India and South Asia, Pedro Aidar, on making Budweiser a viable business in India, and leveraging the SABMiller merger for growth.
China Resources Beer Holdings Co., maker of the world’s most popular beer, is considering a bid for SABMiller Plc’s central and eastern European assets, valued at about $6 billion, according to people familiar with the matter.
South Korean brewers are increasingly shifting their focus to other Asian markets, hoping to cash in on the popularity of Korean culture and make up for stagnant growth at home.
Aidar has been with maker of Budweiser and Corona beer for over 15 years and previously held the position of vice president — finance for APAC region based out of Shanghai, after which he moved to India last year.
Japan’s beer makers keep a grip on their home markets while branching out abroad. In an era when Budweiser is sold by a Belgium-based company and California’s Lagunitas IPA is partly Dutch-owned, Japanese beer has remained in Japan’s hands, away … Continue reading
SABMiller shareholders can be treated as two separate groups when they vote on the brewer’s 79 billion pound ($103 billion) takeover by Anheuser Busch InBev, a court in London ruled on Tuesday, granting a request from SAB aimed at making … Continue reading
The Chinese government used a pair of distinguishing factors in approving Anheuser-Busch In-Bev’s takeover of SABMiller PLC last month that warrant close scrutiny by multinational companies seeking to merge or acquire companies there, practitioners said.
Anheuser-Busch InBev receives clearance from China’s Ministry of Commerce for the proposed combination with SABMiller
SABMiller has been informed by Anheuser-Busch InBev SA/NV (“AB InBev”) that China’s Ministry of Commerce has given conditional approval of the recommended combination with SABMiller.
China Resources Beer to raise HK$9.5b in rights issue, as it preps to buy SABMiller’s 49pc stake in Snow Breweries
China Resources Beer, the country’s biggest beer maker, said Wednesday it was planning to raise HK$9.5 billion in what is likely to be one of the largest rights issues in Hong Kong since last year, as it prepares to buy … Continue reading
Anheuser-Busch InBev NV’s $107 billion acquisition of SABMiller Plc is nearing Chinese approval after the companies agreed to divest the maker of Snow beer, the world’s top-selling brand, according to people familiar with the matter.