NETHERLANDS: Heineken pushed to resolve India brand issue

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 18 June 2008

United Breweries Ltd (UB), which is facing a conflict of interest with Asia Pacific Breweries (APB) for launching its flagship Tiger beer in India, is pushing for a resolution of the issue with Heineken NV.

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United Breweries Ltd (UB), which is facing a conflict of interest with Asia Pacific Breweries (APB) for launching its flagship Tiger beer in India, is pushing for a resolution of the issue with Heineken NV.

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