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Asahi Group Holdings, Ltd. is a Japan-based holding company principally engaged in the manufacture and sale of liquors, beverages and food in Japan and overseas markets. The Company operates in five business segments. Alcoholic Beverage segment is involved in the manufacture and sale of alcoholic beverages, such as beer, low-malt beer, shochu and whiskey, as well as the restaurant business and the wholesale business. Beverage segment is involved in the manufacture and sale of soft drinks. Food segment is involved in the manufacture and sale of food and medicine. International segment is involved in the manufacture and sale of beer and other liquor products, as well as soft drinks. Others segment is engaged in the logistics business.
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Japan's Asahi Group Holdings <2502.T>, owner of Asahi Super Dry and global brands such as Peroni and Pilsner Urquell, said renewed lockdowns across Europe were likely to hit its beer sales in the region in the fourth quarter.
Japanese beverage maker Asahi Group Holdings <2502.T> said on Tuesday it would raise up to $1.5 billion in a share offering to help repay loans taken out to buy a beer company in Australia.
Japanese beverage maker Asahi Group Holdings gave a weaker-than-expected profit outlook for the year, as the coronavirus pandemic hit global beer sales, particularly in the high-margin wholesale category for bars and restaurants.
Japanese beer maker Asahi Group Holdings <2502.T> said on Monday it would borrow 1.185 trillion yen ($11 billion) from Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corp (SMBC) to pay for its acquisition of Anheuser-Busch InBev's <ABI.BR> Australian subsidiary.
Japanese brewer Asahi Group Holdings <2502.T> reported a 45% tumble in quarterly operating profit as the coronavirus pandemic forced bars and restaurants around the world to shut in recent months, hurting sales of its beer brands including Peroni.
* AUSTRALIA'S ACCC SAYS ASAHI GROUP HOLDINGS PROPOSED ACQUISITION OF CARLTON & UNITED BREWERIES WILL NOT BE OPPOSED
Japan's Asahi Group Holdings Ltd won conditional approval from Australia's competition regulator for its $11 billion purchase of Anheuser-Busch InBev's domestic operations after agreeing to sell five beer and cider brands.
Australia's competition regulator said on Wednesday it will not oppose Asahi Group Holdings Ltd buying Anheuser Busch InBev's domestic operations for $11 billion, after the Japanese firm agreed to sell some of its beer and cider brands.
Japan's Asahi Group Holdings Ltd said on Tuesday it would delay the planned closure of a deal to buy Anheuser-Busch InBev's Australian operations to the second quarter because antitrust authorities had yet to approve the deal.
Japanese beer and beverage maker Asahi Group Holdings <2502.T> said a South Korean consumer boycott of Japanese goods cost it around 3 billion yen ($27.32 million) last year.
Japanese beer and beverage maker Asahi Group Holdings said a South Korean consumer boycott of Japanese goods cost it around 3 billion yen ($27.32 million) last year.
Fuller Smith & Turner Plc on Thursday reported higher sales at its pubs and hotels during the Christmas and New Year period, in its first festive season after the sale of its beer business to Japan's Asahi Group last year.
Anheuser-Busch InBev's <ABI.BR> $11 billion asset sale to Japan's Asahi <2502.T> could hurt competition in Australia's cider sector and may also do the same for beer, the country's competition regulator warned on Thursday.
Australia's competition regulator on Thursday said it has preliminary concerns about Japan's Asahi Group Holdings Ltd's proposed acquisition of domestic brewer Carlton & United Breweries.
Asahi Group Holdings' <2502.T> Chief Executive Akiyoshi Koji is betting on alcohol-free beer to drive global profits in coming years, leveraging Japanese technology to improve the taste of the European brands it now owns.
Fuller, Smith & Turner Plc <FSTA.L> said it would return 69 million pounds ($85 million) in cash to investors after selling its British beer business to Japan's Asahi Group <2502.T> this year to focus on pubs and hotels.
Japanese brewer Kirin Holdings Co Ltd <2503.T> said on Tuesday it would take a 30.3% stake in cosmetics company Fancl Corp <4921.T> for 129 billion yen ($1.21 billion) as it reduces its exposure to the shrinking domestic beer market.
* Loans: Banks eye opportunity to refinance ¥1.2trn acquisition financing
Asahi Group Holdings <2502.T> said on Thursday the spread of the South Korean consumer boycott of Japanese goods was affecting its beer sales as it lowered its profit guidance slightly, while also citing the yen's rise against the euro and Aussie dollar.
Japanese shares dipped on Monday on diminishing hopes of a large rate cut by the U.S. Federal Reserve and as investors took a cautious stance ahead of a Japanese earnings seasons that starts this week.
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