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mercredi 29 novembre 2017

Vietnam to sell majority of top brewer Sabeco but caps foreign limit

Vietnam will kick off the sale of 54 percent of Sabeco SAB.HM, the country’s biggest brewer and the maker of Bia Saigon and 333 beers, next month, in an ambitious deal the government hopes will raise at least $5 billion.

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vendredi 24 novembre 2017

On Tap : Vietnam seeks investors for Its largest beer company

The government could sell a more than 50% stake in Sabeco and cease to be its majority owner

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mardi 10 février 2015

Vietnam restaurants, clubs offer free rides home for drunk drivers

Vietnam has launched a new campaign to combat drunk driving, asking restaurants, bars and nightclubs to take their intoxicated patrons home to reduce traffic accidents, a leading cause of death in the country.

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mercredi 4 février 2015

Thai drinks firms thirst for stakes in Vietnam

Two Thai drinks companies are each seeking to buy a stake in Vietnam’s largest brewer.

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jeudi 11 juillet 2013

Vietnam considers imposing luxury tax on soft drinks

As Vietnam continues to levy a special 25-50 percent tax on beer and alcohol, the Vietnam Beer, Alcohol and Beverage Association (VBA) recently proposed that the state administration impose a similar 10 percent tax on carbonated beverages.

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mardi 16 août 2011

HCM City to scrutinise illegally-built brewery

The HCM City Inspectorate said Thursday it would further investigate a brewery that had been built illegally for possible violations in land use, taxpaying and food safety.

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samedi 9 juillet 2011

Bia hoi vs. beer hall : Vietnam's boozy standoff

Few visitors leave Hanoi without sluicing copious volumes of watery bia hoi while the distinctive roaring tiger logo of Danang brand La Rue is as ubiquitous an adornment on backpacker T-shirts as the words same-same or a faded photograph of Bob Marley tugging a spliff.

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mercredi 29 décembre 2010

Vietnam Agreement for Scotch Whisky

The Scotch Whisky Association has hailed a "hat-trick" of international wins in protecting Scotch whisky as a product that can only be made in Scotland, with another key decision expected early in the new year.

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samedi 4 septembre 2010

Vietnam's thirst for beer hard to quench

Vietnam's thirst for beer is hard to quench, and a new production line with a capacity for 50,000 bottles an hour is the latest industry attempt to target one of the region's key markets.

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mardi 15 septembre 2009

Vietnam brewers fight global giants by popularizing kegs of 'fresh beer'

HANOI -- After chasing off cheap Chinese beer competitors a decade ago, Vietnam's state-run brewers are gearing up to fight a new invasion from Western beer brands. One of their secret weapons is a popular, unpasteurized brew called bia hoi that already enjoys a cult following in parts of the country.

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lundi 1 juin 2009

French wine grapes thrive in Vietnam's central highlands

Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Caladoc and Syrah (or Shiraz) are among the better known varieties of grapes for making red wine, yet not one of them was grown in Vietnam until French viticulturist Daniel Carsol started planting them in the central highlands early in 2007.

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