The Easter holidays fall at the time of the event, making it a perfect opportunity for foreign tourists coming to experience the first ever F1 race in Hanoi and the beauty of Vietnam.
Beer is often a best seller during the Lunar New Year (Tet) festival but many retailers have been forced to lower their prices to encourage customers to buy.
Saigon Petroleum Services JSC, which lost its biggest customer Heineken in 2016, has reported falling revenues for the 3rd straight year.
Sabeco, the biggest Vietnamese brewer, has fallen into Thai hands, while Carlsberg is stepping up the process to become a controlling stakeholder in Habeco.
The beer market in Vietnam has recently witnessed the official arrival of a premium European beer brand—Amstel. Amstel is the latest addition to Heineken Vietnam’s product portfolio, which includes Heineken and Tiger, the beer brands of choice for many Vietnamese consumers over 27 years.
The EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement, with its extensive tariff cuts for agri-food products, is prompting foreign companies to enter the Southeast Asian market seeking investment and business opportunities in these products.
With the threat of serious climate change looming, the private sector plays a vital role in Vietnam’s sustainable development.
Vietnam is the holy grail for global beer companies, with the market continuing to grow while many others have flatlined, but the competition is fierce.
Euromonitor, in its latest report, commented that Vietnam will be the next major battlefield for brewers.
At a recent awards ceremony in Hanoi, HEINEKEN Vietnam was named the most sustainable company in the country by the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce.
Analysts have warned that strong brands may disappear once foreign investors buy into Vietnamese companies.
Sabeco holds the largest market share, but it is Heineken which dominates the Vietnamese beer market.
VOV.VN - Heineken Vietnam has presented 1,200 gifts worth VND800 million to families in Khanh Hoa and Quang Nam provinces, who were seriously affected by storm Damrey.
The young, hops-happy economy is alluring for big brewers like Asahi and Anheuser-Busch InBev.
Global beverage company Heineken has just opened The World of Heineken at the top of BITEXCO Financial Tower in HCM City to allow loyal beer-lovers and fans to taste perfection and take an incredible journey into the world of heritage and craftsmanship of the world’s most premium beer brand.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) will submit its plan to offload part of the State’s capital in the Saigon Beer-Alcohol-Beverage Corporation (Sabeco) to Deputy Prime Minister Vuong Dinh Hue by October 20.
At the 4th Vietnam Corporate Sustainability Forum (VCSF 2017) held on October 10 in Hanoi, Heineken Vietnam has been recognised as applying exemplary sustainable business practices to its operations and bringing positive impacts to the local commutnity and the environment.
Foreign investors have shown their intention to buy a stake in Habeco and Sabeco, but Vietnamese experts say that local buyers should protect the two brands.
Danish brewer Carlsberg is keen on increasing its stake in Habeco, one of Vietnam’s biggest brewers, to at least 51 percent, a local news website reported, citing a Habeco executive.
HEINEKEN Vietnam has announced its achievements and future directions for sustainable development through the release of its 2016 Sustainable Development Report.