Only six weeks to go before CHINA BREW CHINA BEVERAGE (CBB) opens its doors for the first time in Shanghai: from October 11 to 14, 2016. CBB is continuing to grow, showing clearly that the move to Shanghai was the right step. (more…)
Carlsberg says its operating profit in Asia is increasing due to premium propositions growth.
According to the first-half results, Asia region continued to deliver solid organic revenue growth (+4%) thanks to a strong 7% price/mix and despite a negative volume development in China. In addition, organic operating profit growth was a healthy 6%. (more…)
Due to the challenging macro environment in H1 2016 the Russian beer market declined by an estimated 2-3% compared to the same period last year. Further decrease in purchasing power continue negatively affecting the market development, which is caused by volatility of the economic situation. (more…)
From January till June 2016, the beer import to China grew by 40% to 310.53 million liters. In 2015, the growth was 63% over the same period. (more…)
Sapporo Vietnam introduced a new product, “Blue Cup”, the first brand by the company exclusively for Vietnam consumers.
“Blue Cup” is the second product after Sapporo Premium Beer, imported to Vietnam market.”Blue Cup” is packed into 330 ml can, which stands out on shelves for its light blue colors and blue lid. (more…)
From January till June 2016 the decline of beer production in China stood at 4.3% according to the official data by NBSC. (more…)
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. (more…)
Over the first 5 months of 2016, beer sales on the Thai market grew by 7% to 9.52 mln hl. These data are from Bank of Thailand report. And the sales in May grew by 10.2% against May 2015. (more…)
Turkish beer manufacturer Anadolu Efes currently ranking 6 among European brewing companies and 11 in the world is willing to considerе the possibility of buying Belarusian Krinitsa’s share. (more…)
For the first time in the last decade, the Japanese mid-priced lager segment posted positive growth in 2015. Although it was only a slight increase, at 0.3% in volume terms, this indicates that Japan’s beer market has started to shift gradually. The category’s growth in 2015 was mainly driven by a successful new launch, writes Euromonitor International. (more…)