HONG KONG: San Miguel seals InBev deal
San Miguel Brewery Hong Kong has secured a deal to distribute InBev's products in the city and neighbouring Macau. The brewer said yesterday (4 April) that the distribution agreement will cover the next five years.
In a statement, San Miguel Hong Kong, which controls a third of its domestic beer market, said it will distribute and market Inbev's Stella Artois, Hoegaarden and Beck's brands.
The new agreement supersedes an existing one, which was in place for five years, it said.
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