UPDATE: BELGIUM: InBev posts leap in earnings

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 7 September 2006

InBev has vowed to turn around its business in China after expressing dissatisfaction with its performance in the world's largest beer market during the first half of the year. The Belgian brewing behemoth said today (7 September) that rising price competition in China had led to "more challenging" market conditions, especially during the second quarter.

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InBev has vowed to turn around its business in China after expressing dissatisfaction with its performance in the world's largest beer market during the first half of the year. The Belgian brewing behemoth said today (7 September) that rising price competition in China had led to "more challenging" market conditions, especially during the second quarter.

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