Beer giants starting to feel brunt of COVID-19 pandemic

Beer giants starting to feel brunt of COVID-19 pandemic

Beer companies in Asia and Vietnam once again wobble after more than a year of trying to maintain production, protect employment, and sustain the supply chain.
HEINEKEN and Top DJs present local consumers with exclusive “music in a can” experience

HEINEKEN and Top DJs present local consumers with exclusive “music in a can” experience

This May, HEINEKEN has collaborated with four EDM legends to launch limited edition HEINEKEN x Top DJ packs and a series of exciting consumer activities.
Competition heating up in alcoholic beverages sector

Competition heating up in alcoholic beverages sector

The beer, wine, and spirits sector has encountered mounting hardships in 2020 due to impacts of COVID-19 as well as from regulations which impose tougher sanctions on drink-drivers. Nguyen Van Viet, chairman of the Vietnam Beer-Alcohol-Beverage Association, elaborates on how businesses in the sector have adapted a multitude of innovative measures to counter headwinds.
HEINEKEN Vietnam supports central region in challenging times

HEINEKEN Vietnam supports central region in challenging times

HEINEKEN Vietnam, under the Bia Viet brand, made their first trip to offer donations to affected households in Trieu Phong district, Quang Tri province.    
HEINEKEN Vietnam hit with anti-competitive accusations

HEINEKEN Vietnam hit with anti-competitive accusations

As beer is one of the most-consumed alcoholic beverages in Vietnam, local and foreign beermakers and their distributors are fiercely competing to dominate the market.
New ventures more pronounced in first half

New ventures more pronounced in first half

COVID-19 and US-China trade tensions brought a new investment wave from abroad in the first half of the year.
New investment wave starts despite COVID-19

New investment wave starts despite COVID-19 1

The new wave of foreign investment triggered by COVID-19 and US-China trade tensions is becoming more visible as outstanding overseas ventures are expanded.
Revenues plummet amid global health emergency

Revenues plummet amid global health emergency

Unprecedented public health challenges have crimped a hefty sum of profits of both foreign-invested enterprises and domestic counterparts. 
Drinks groups facing double 2020 sales hit

Drinks groups facing double 2020 sales hit

After gaining sweet fruits for years, giant beer and beverage companies in Vietnam are facing losses due to not only the ongoing health crisis, but also tightened drink-driving penalties. The question remains unknown as to how they get back on a level pegging.
HEINEKEN comes to aid of vulnerable citizens with Red Cross commitment

HEINEKEN comes to aid of vulnerable citizens with Red Cross commitment

HEINEKEN last week announced the measures it has been taking since the beginning of the COVID-19 outbreak to support health and livelihood of employees and communities in which it operates.
Bia Viet: born in Vietnam for Vietnam

Bia Viet: born in Vietnam for Vietnam

Inspired by the incredible variety as well as the nation's unified spirit, Bia Viet was created to honour the national spirit that unifies this great country.
HEINEKEN appoints new regional president Asia-Pacific and managing director in Vietnam

HEINEKEN appoints new regional president Asia-Pacific and managing director in Vietnam

Heineken has appointed Jacco van der Linden as president of the Asia-Pacific region and Soren Hagh as president of the Europe region from June 1.
Four steps to enjoy a beer professionally

Four steps to enjoy a beer professionally

A few tips and tricks for beer-lovers to bring the very best out of each draught of beer.
Heineken 0.0 now available in Vietnam: great taste with zero alcohol

Heineken 0.0 now available in Vietnam: great taste with zero alcohol

The all-natural Heineken 0.0 is officially available in Vietnam, allowing Vietnamese people to enjoy the great taste of Heineken at any time of the day.
Heineken sells 5.2 million Sabeco's stocks

Heineken sells 5.2 million Sabeco's stocks

Heineken is no longer Sabeco’s (code: SAB) large shareholder as it has just sold 5.2 million SAB stocks worth VND1.219 trillion ($53 million).
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