COMMENT: SABMiller’s emerging markets key

By Datamonitor | 24 March 2005

SABMiller's volume growth has been primarily driven by higher disposable incomes in its emerging markets. With an ever-challenging on-trade environment characterizing its core developed markets, the London-based group should consider acquisitions to strengthen its position in untapped markets such as South America.

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SABMiller's volume growth has been primarily driven by higher disposable incomes in its emerging markets. With an ever-challenging on-trade environment characterizing its core developed markets, the London-based group should consider acquisitions to strengthen its position in untapped markets such as South America.

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