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Vietnam to sell stake in prized beer companies Sabeco and Habeco

Vietnam’s government is taking an unprecedented step in divesting all it owns in the nation’s two leading beer companies as a growing budget deficit forces the leadership to accelerate a plan to reduce holdings in state-owned firms.

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Big-drinking Vietnam to wholly divest from its sought after beer assets

Vietnam’s government said it will fully divest from its two biggest breweries and target to raise $2.2 billion over the next 16 months, loosening its tight grip over one of Asia’s most sought-after beer markets.

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Vietnam. Sabeco, Habeco to list before state divestment

Vietnam has urged its major businesses, including the two biggest beer producers Habeco and Sabeco and leading dairy firm Vinamilk, to dilute state ownership. In the private sector, VinaCapital and Shinhan BNP Paribas Asset Management have joined hands to enable … Continue reading

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Vietnam. Delayed state divestment, listing restrict growth of Sabeco, Habeco

Recently uncovered bad management practices at Saigon Beer, Alcohol and Beverage JSC (Sabeco) and Hanoi Beer, Alcohol and Beverage JSC (Habeco), the two largest beer companies in Vietnam in terms of market share, show that the longer they delay becoming … Continue reading

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Vietnam government may withdraw all capital from Sabeco, Habeco

VietNamNet Bridge – Officials of the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MOIT) have said that the State will either own less than 50% of charter capital or withdraw all capital from two giant beverage corporations Sabeco and Habeco.

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Vietnam. 4 enterprises occupied 88.4% of the beer industry

In 2015, although the national beer output reached 3.4 billion liters, according to the Association of Beer — Alcohol — Beverage Vietnam (VBA), over 5 years, the growth rate of the beer sector was dwindling rapidly as in 2011 it … Continue reading

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Vietnam. Sabeco, Habeco say no to exchange listings

Ignoring current stock market regulations — and continuous urging from the community of investors — the two largest brewers in Việt Nam still found reasons not to list on the local exchanges, after 8 years of equitisation.

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Vietnam. Beer market is not as attractive as wine and soft drinks sector’s

Vietnam beverage industry exisited for a long time but has been developing fast over more than a decade now, underpinned by:

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Vietnam. Habeco finding it increasingly difficult to compete for the national beer market

60% of total sales in Vietnam accounts for inexpensive beer. Two corporations have divided this key segment of the market for a long time. Habeco (Hanoi Beer-Alcohol-Beverage) controls the North of Vietnam and Sabeco (Saigon Beer-Alcohol-Beverage) controls the South.

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Vietnam’s brewers say new luxury tax rules hurting beer market

Many brewers in Vietnam, one of the largest beer markets in Asia, are calling for the government to rethink its new luxury tax policy, saying higher taxes will push prices up and hurt sales. According to local media reports, the … Continue reading

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