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PepsiCo Left To Weigh Up Thailand Options 20 Sep 2011

PepsiCo's partnership with Serm Suk is under threat after 59 years, signalling the dawn of a new and inevitably challenging era for the soft drinks firm in the country.

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Bacardi rolls out Grey Goose campaign to TR 25 Nov 2016

Bacardi's Global Travel Retail unit has launched a seasonal campaign for its Grey Goose vodka brand at Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport.


Diageo most at risk to Thai alcohol ban - analyst 18 Oct 2016

Johnnie Walker-owner Diageo is the most exposed to a ban on alcohol in Thailand following the death of the country's king, an analyst has said.


C&C Group ups Magners focus in Thailand 4 Mar 2016

C&C Group has switched distribution partners for Magners in Thailand, dropping a previous agreement for a tie-up with San Miguel Brewery.


Singha to invest US$14m in Thai tourism 18 Jan 2016

Thailand beverage producer Singha is to invest THB500m (US$14m) annually to boost tourism and agriculture projects in Chiang Rai, northern Thailand. 


Diageo puts smart bottles to the test in Thailand 17 Dec 2015

Diageo is testing a "smart bottle" in Thailand that uses sensor tags to combat counterfeiting and push brand marketing directly to consumers.


ThaiBev YTD profits surge on Myanmar brewery sale 13 Nov 2015

ThaiBev has posted a jump in nine-month net profits from the Q3 sale of its Myanmar beer business and a leap in beer volumes.


Thai trade body slams proposed alcohol sales ban 14 Jul 2015

A drinks trade body in Thailand has hit out against new measures to ban alcohol sales near academic institutions, saying the plans could impact 125,000 jobs.


Thailand pulls back from New Year alcohol ban 22 Dec 2014

Thailand has scrapped a proposal to ban alcohol sales over the New Year and Thai New Year celebrations, according to local reports.


ThaiBev wins YTD sales, profits jump after price h 14 Nov 2014

Price increases on spirits and beer helped push ThaiBev's year-to-date sales and profits up despite a weak soft drinks performance.


Serm Suk to sell Est cola brand for US$48m 28 Oct 2014

Serm Suk, the Thailand-based soft drinks producer, has agreed to sell the Est cola brand to ThaiBev subsidiary International Beverage Holdings for THB1.56bn (US$48m).

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To the morgue for Thai drink drivers 12 Apr 2016

Would the thought of working in a morgue stop you from drink driving?