Researchers have found that businesspeople and farmers are not drinking as much as many people think
Even very young people are increasingly getting into the habit.
Rising incomes and young populations are boosting beer sales in much of developing Asia
Vietnam government values its stake in Sabeco at $1.8 billion
Deals for Sabeco and Habeco could be worth $2.2 billion
Vietnam’s young beer-drinking culture beckons foreign brands
Output increased by 5.8 percent
A local government official launched an ambitious lobbying campaign for local beer at a time when an estimated 11 percent of...
Vietnam has prepared to address its notorious love of drinking by implementing a curfew on nighttime booze sales. The draft law, the...
Vietnamese people drink more than three billion liters of beer a year, according to the latest numbers released at a conference held in...
Thai Beverage and Singha have expressed interest in buying the government's share in the state-owned Sabeco.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade has withdrawn its proposed ban on sidewalk alcohol sales following widespread criticism.
A draft decree proposing a ban on the sidewalk sale of alcohol has been criticized as ill-conceived and unfeasible.
A Vietnamese brewery introduced a non-alcoholic beer on Sunday in the hopes of giving designated drivers, athletes, and women something...
Vietnam’s beer market is estimated to grow at around 10 percent per year.