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Fri, Aug 10 2018

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Heineken considers closing Brazilian factories due to court dispute

SAO PAULO Heineken NV , the world's second-largest beer maker, is considering closing two factories in northeastern Brazil as "an extreme measure" after a court ordered the company to sell beer and soft drinks in the region at a money-losing price, the company said on Friday in a statement.

CORRECTED (OFFICIAL)-Heineken considers closing Brazilian factories due to court dispute

SAO PAULO, Aug 10 Heineken NV, the world's second-largest beer maker, is considering closing two factories in northeastern Brazil as "an extreme measure" after a court ordered the company to sell beer and soft drinks in the region at a money-losing price, the company said on Friday in a statement.

Heineken may close two factories in Brazil -report

SAO PAULO, Aug 10 Heineken NV is considering closing two factories in northeastern Brazil, a senior executive said in an interview with newspaper Valor Economico.

Deals of the day-Mergers and acquisitions

Aug 3 The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 1330 GMT on Friday:

Heineken toasts $3.1 billion China Resources Beer premium tie-up

HONG KONG/SHANGHAI Heineken is taking a $3.1 billion stake in the parent of China Resources Beer , China's top brewer, to tap a growing thirst for premium brands in the world's biggest beer market. | Video

UPDATE 4-Heineken toasts $3.1 bln China Resources Beer premium tie-up

* Heineken has struggled in China since entry in 1983 (Adds Heineken comments, share price, market share data)

Breakingviews - Heineken beats honourable retreat from China

SINGAPORE (Reuters Breakingviews) - Heineken has found an honourable way to retreat from China. The Dutch giant on Friday announced plans to hand its business in the People’s Republic to China Resources Beer and take a $3.1 billion stake in the country’s top brewer. Focusing on other Asian countries like Vietnam, where it has more clout, makes sense. Influencing the fortunes of its brand in the world’s largest beer market, however, will be more challenging.

Heineken enters deal with China Resources Enterprise and China Resources Beer

Aug 3 Heineken said it signed a non-binding agreement with China Resources Enterprise Limited and China Resources Beer Holdings and will become a minority partner with a 40 percent stake in the holding company CRH (Beer) Limited.

Heineken hit as Brazil, currencies force margin outlook cut

BRUSSELS Heineken , the world's second-largest beer maker, cut its full-year margin forecasts due to currency weakness in some more profitable markets and expansion in Brazil, knocking its shares on Monday. | Video

UPDATE 2-Heineken hit as Brazil, currencies force margin outlook cut

* Shares fall 6 pct, weakest of European blue chips (Adds share price fall, analyst comment)

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