BELGIUM: Anheuser-Busch InBev joins sponsor disquiet over FIFA

By Chris Mercer | 31 May 2011

Budweiser brewer Anheuser-Busch InBev has become the latest FIFA sponsor to express misgivings about corruption scandals surrounding the world football body.

just-drinks articles are only available to registered users and members.

Join now for increased access

There are various access options to choose from. All provide instant access to the latest news, insight and expert analysis.

If you’re already a member, login here.

Budweiser brewer Anheuser-Busch InBev has become the latest FIFA sponsor to express misgivings about corruption scandals surrounding the world football body.

  • Unlimited access to all the latest global beverage news and insight
  • Expert analysis that puts the news into context
  • Exclusive interviews with leading industry figures
  • Monthly management briefings with detailed analysis on hot topics
  • Personalised RSS feeds and email newsletters
  • 10-year archive of news, insight and intelligence
  • Discounts on just-drinks market research
  • Plus much more

If you’re already a member, login here

Not what you were looking for?

Search just-drinks:

More articles related to this one

just the Round-Up - The week in drinks
The top ten stories published on just-drinks last week:

JAPAN/BRAZIL: Kirin Holdings president plans changes at Schincariol - report
The president of Kirin Holdings has said that the brewer is working on a growth strategy for Schincariol that will seek to win back investor confidence, according to a report.

VENEZUELA: Government price cap to hit soft drinks
A price cap implemented by the Venezuelan Government on around 15,000 food, beverage and household products is likely to hit top-line growth at soft drinks firms in the country, Bernstein Research analysts have said.

just-drinks tagline

Not a member? Join here

Decrease font sizeDecrease font sizeDecrease font size Increase font sizeIncrease font sizeIncrease font size Comment on this article Email this to a friend Print this page