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  • That sound you hear is alarm bells ringing at AB InBev and SABMiller. Eight months after its original £71bn offer for SABMiller was accepted, and with almost all regulatory approvals now in the bag following
  • there are still beer deals to be done for AB InBev. The brewery giant agreed to merge its existing operations in Russia and Ukraine with those of Turkish group Anadolou Efes to strengthen its position
  • the world's biggest brewer AB InBev has bought back former Korean subsidiary Oriental Brewery, best-known for the Cass and OB beer brands, for a lavish $5.8bn. It sold the business four years ago to
  • AB InBev is in talks to acquire the 50% shareholding in Mexican brewer Modelo that it doesn't already own. The brewing giant inherited what is currently classified as an investment stake in the owner
  • With no significant beer businesses left to buy, AB InBev needs to look at other sectors to fuel revenue growth. Soft drinks are clearly the most obvious path to follow, and the one most feared by, for
  • Doubts were raised over AB InBev's aggressive, acquisition-led strategy following publication of disappointing results for 2016, despite the acquisition of SABMiller towards the end of the year. Even
  • Sciences). AB InBev named Australian marketer Richard Oppy as VP, global brands with responsibility for international brands including including Corona, Stella Artois and Budweiser. Oppy started his career
  • fact that brewer CUB is now owned by the more worldly AB InBev. This spot from Clemenger BBDO marks a return to those good old days when beer ads weren't required to make sense or explain the heritage
  • Diageo has appointed AB InBev as the distributor of its Guinness brand in China, reigniting speculation that the spirits group might be open to persuasion to surrender what remains of its beer portfolio
  • Advertisers It's done. AB InBev's acquisition of SABMiller was approved by almost 96% of the latter's shareholders, despite earlier fears that it might be derailed by maverick institutional investors

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