BELGIUM: InBev dismisses Brazilian bias claims

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 15 November 2006

Brewing giant InBev has dismissed accusations that Belgian executives are being pushed out of the company in favour of managers from Latin American unit AmBev. InBev, which was formed in a 2004 merger between Interbrew and AmBev, has faced criticism that the balance between its top management is shifting towards executives from Brazil.

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Brewing giant InBev has dismissed accusations that Belgian executives are being pushed out of the company in favour of managers from Latin American unit AmBev. InBev, which was formed in a 2004 merger between Interbrew and AmBev, has faced criticism that the balance between its top management is shifting towards executives from Brazil.

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