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SINGAPORE/AMSTERDAM: Heineken NV HEIN.ASraised its offer for Fraser and Neave's FRNM.SIstake in the maker of Tiger beer to $6.35 billion on Friday, seeking to fend off a Thai rival for control of a leading brand in the fast-growing Southeast Asian market.
SINGAPORE: Thai billionaire Charoen Sirivadhanabhakdi launched a $7.2 billion offer to buy out other shareholders of Fraser and Neave Ltd (FN), potentially derailing Heineken NV's HEIN.ASbid to take full control of FN's prized beer business.
Heineken N.V. described its S$5.3bil offer made to Singapore-listed Fraser and Neave, Ltd as more compelling compared with a rival offer made by Thai billionaire Charoen Sirivadhanabhakdi.
PETALING JAYA: While the focus is mostly on Fraser Neave Ltds (FN) likely break-up of operations from Heineken NVs proposed takeover of FNs stake in Asia Pacific Breweries Ltd (APB), the brewery arena could see the deal outcome challenging Carlsberg Brewery Malaysia Bhds business in Singapore.
SINGAPORE: Heineken NV said it will consider deals to expand its presence in Vietnam - a young, beer-loving economy that is already its second-most profitable market globally - as the south-East Asian country loosens its grip on state-run brewers.
BRUSSELS: Dutch brewer Heineken took a major step towards taking control of Asia's Tiger beer by securing acceptance from a Thai billionaire who had been viewed for weeks as a spoiling rival.