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FILE PHOTO: Heineken beers are seen on a production line at the Heineken brewery in Jacarei, Brazil June 12, 2018. Picture taken June 12, 2018. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker/File Photo

Heineken toasts rise in Q3 beer sales

Dutch brewing giant Heineken on Wednesday toasted 4.4 percent growth in global beer sales for the third quarter after a warm European summer and strong performances in Brazil, Mexico, South Africa and Vietnam.

Nigerians drinking less of Heineken beer

Nigerians are now drinking less of Heineken Beer with the second largest brewer in the World recording less sales in Nigeria and Congo amid significant rise in sales in other regions.
FILE PHOTO- Heineken beers are seen on a production line at the Heineken brewery in Jacarei, Brazil June 12, 2018. REUTERS-Paulo Whitaker-File Photo

Heineken shares plunge on hangover fears

Dutch brewing giant Heineken on Monday saw its share price plummet over five percent after revising outlook downwards for the year, despite reporting a leap in first half profits.
1 President Buhari in a Roundtable meeting with Dutch CEOs in Rotterdam on 16th July 2018

Dutch firm plans 400 hectares textile park in Nigeria

A Dutch firm, Vlisco, yesterday expressed readiness to invest on 400 hectares of land for the establishment of a textile park in the country.
6 President Buhari in a Roundtable meeting with Dutch CEOs in Rotterdam on 16th July 2018

Dutch company indicates interest in building cattle ranches in Nigeria

Mr Klaus Struilesma of a company called Cownexxion has indicated the interest of the organization in building cattle ranches in Nigeria.

Hernán Crespo: I’m happy to be in Nigeria

Argentina ex-international, Hernán Jorge Crespo, on Saturday in Lagos said that he was delighted to be in Nigeria for the first time as a guest of the Heineken Group.

Heinken cheers rising profits in 2017

Dutch brewing giant Heineken said Monday that profits jumped by a quarter in 2017, thanks to higher sales of its premium brand beer across nearly all regions.

Governor El-Rufai lauds coy for complementing govt’s effort on health

Governor Nasir el-Rufai of Kaduna State,through his Commissioner for Health, Dr. Paul Manyan Dogo, has commended the Nigerian Breweries Plc for contributing to the health need of people resident in the state by way of donations of medical facilities.

Nestle to close its DR Congo factory

Swiss food giant Nestle announced Sunday that it would close its factory in Kinshasa, capital of the Democratic Republic of Congo, a potential market of 80 million people but one beset by poverty and political instability.

Heineken to double beer production in Ivory Coast to meet greater thirst

Heineken said it aims to double its beer production in Ivory Coast by next year as it bids to compete with French company Castel in a booming market.

Heineken’s nine-month profits rise

Dutch brewing giant Heineken on Wednesday toasted bubbling net profits in the first nine months, as growing sales in Asia and the Americas offset a slump in Europe.

Killers of 3 policemen are militants – Edo CP

The Police Commissioner in Edo State, Mr. Haliru Gwandu, has described the killers of three police officers and the abductors of the Executive Director of Ogba Zoo and Nature Park, Dr. Andy Ehanire, as militants.

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