Heineken International is a Dutch brewing company that makes the beer of the same name.
An unprecedented wave of deals for Southeast Asian food and drink companies has traders betting the next targets will include chocolatier Petra Foods and instant-coffee and cracker maker Viz Branz.Saturday, 9 February, 2013, 4:51am
A group led by Overseas Union Enterprise extended a deadline for a S$13.1 billion (HK$83.16 billion) bid for Fraser & Neave, prolonging its battle with a Thai billionaire for control of the Singapore conglomerate.4 Jan 2013 - 2:48am
Heineken cleared the biggest hurdle in its fight to take control of Asia Pacific Breweries as billionaire stakeholder Charoen Sirivadhanabhakdi's Thai Beverage pledged its support.20 Sep 2012 - 4:18am
Thai billionaire Charoen Sirivadhanabhakdi made a S$9 billion (HK$56.71 billion) bid for the 70 per cent of Fraser & Neave he does not control, potentially blocking Heineken from buying the company's beer business.14 Sep 2012 - 3:45am
Thai Beverage and related parties have approached several banks in Singapore for funding to make a potential general offer for Fraser and Neave (F&N), which has proposed selling its stake in Asia Pacific Breweries to Heineken, Singapore’s Business Times reported.10 Sep 2012 - 10:37am
Thai Beverage raised its stake in Fraser and Neave (F&N) to just below the level that would trigger a mandatory offer for the whole conglomerate, further challenging Heineken’s bid for the group’s crown jewel Asia Pacific Breweries (APB).29 Aug 2012 - 2:43pm
Singapore state investor Temasek Holdings has sold its stake of roughly 1.4 per cent in Asia Pacific Breweries to Heineken, sources said on Tuesday, potentially stopping the Dutch brewer’s Thai rival from blocking the takeover.22 Aug 2012 - 9:35am
BEER IS TO the Netherlands what wine is to France. In common with neighbouring Belgium, the country produces a huge variety of brews, and consumers tend also to be connoisseurs.30 Apr 2006 - 12:00am
Avant-garde French designer Ora-ito is being lured back to our sunny harbour and plans to open a studio here.
'I'll be coming back to Hong Kong soon because I want to open a little studio. I don't like very many countries, but I like Hong Kong very much. I want to design a big tower in Hong Kong,' says Ito with a mischievous grin.17 Jun 2004 - 12:00am