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It was a boozy joyride captured for TikTok with a soundtrack provided by Justin Bieber and with a Tesla serving as the “Designated Driver” for the night.
GRIMBERGEN, Belgium (Reuters) - Priests of Belgium's Grimbergen Abbey have begun brewing for the first time in more than two centuries, with a microbrewery making special editions of the mass-market beer bearing their abbey's name.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) -BHP Group's new alcohol policy barring workers on mine sites in Western Australia from consuming alcohol after 9:30 p.m. impinges on their rights, a workers' union said, while the mining giant invoked health and safety concerns.
LONDON (Reuters) - An Oxford University college said it would not remove a statue of the 19th century colonialist Cecil Rhodes that has been a target of British anti-racism protests due to high costs and complex heritage planning rules.
What do the former UK homes of Tim Burton, Rihanna, Jay-Z have in common? They are all sought after by Hong Kong buyers
Astute investors from Hong Kong see them as a sound investment whose resale value will be boosted by their celebrity associations, according to property agency Aston ChaseA-list stars can lift the asking price by up to 10 per cent, and their association can generate worldwide exposure in the media
BRUSSELS: Carlos Brito (pic) will end 15 years as chief executive officer of Anheuser-Busch InBev in July, to be replaced as head of the world’s largest brewer by its North America boss Michel Doukeris.
Thai Beverage has announced that it was postponing the plan to sell a 20% stake in its regional beer business through a $2 billion Singapore listing, citing a volatile and uncertain outlook aggravated by a worsening Covid-19 pandemic.
KUALA LUMPUR: Carlsberg Brewery Malaysia Bhd is hopeful of better prospects in the second half of 2021, arising from the vaccination rollouts in Malaysia and Singapore that will help contain infections, lift market sentiment, and lead to a stronger economic recovery.
CARLSBERG Malaysia’s Connor’s Stout Porter is introducing its draught stout experience now in cans.
‘Stop interfering in China’s internal affairs’: patriotic products quoting US-Alaska summit take off online on Taobao
A slew of products bearing the word’s of China’s foreign policy chief have flooded China’s online stores including lighters, T-shirts, hoodies, and bags. Many approve of aggressive and defiant tone struck at fiery meeting and compare to China’s humiliation by the West more than a century ago.