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Heineken H1 Net Revenue Down 16.4% Year-On-Year
Heineken Preliminary H1 Net Profit Declines By 75.8%
Heineken Prices 1.5 Billion Euros Of Notes
Heineken N.V. is involved in the brewing and selling of beer. The Company operates through five segments: Africa, Middle East & Eastern Europe; Americas; Asia Pacific, Europe, and Head Office and Other/eliminations. The Africa, Middle East and Eastern Europe segment includes brands, such as Heineken, Primus, Amstel, Walia and Goldberg. The Americas segment includes brands, such as Heineken, Tecate, Amstel, Sol and Dos Equis. The Asia Pacific segment includes brands, such as Heineken, Anchor, Larue, Tiger and Bintang. The Europe segment includes brands, such as Heineken, Cruzcampo, Birra Moretti, Zywiec and Strongbow Apple Ciders. The Company owns, markets and sells more than 250 brands in more than 190 countries. Amstel's host of brand extensions available includes Amstel Light, Amstel Lager, Amstel Premium Pilsener, Amstel Bright and Amstel Radler. Strongbow Apple Ciders' range of flavors is based on apple, including Gold Apple, Honey, Red Berries, Elderflower and Dark Fruit.
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Independent Chairman of the Supervisory Board
Dolf van den Brink
Chairman of Executive Board, Chief Executive Officer
Non-Executive Chairman of the Board, Member of the Supervisory Board
Jose Antonio Fernandez Carbajal
Vice Chairman of the Supervisory Board
Member of the Executive Board, Chief Financial Officer
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Heineken <HEIN.AS> saw a gradual recovery in its business after global COVID-19 lockdowns in April, but uncertainty over the future impact of the pandemic left it unable to give a forecast for the rest of the year.
Heineken said on Monday it had witnessed a gradual recovery of its business since the low of April, remaining uncertainty over COVID-19 containment measures left it unable to give a forecast for the rest of the year.
Heineken's <HEIN.AS> first-half net revenue fell 16.4% as the impact of coronavirus-related lockdowns intensified in the second quarter, the Dutch beer maker said in an unscheduled preliminary release, sending its shares down more than 5%.
Vodafone <VOD.L>, the world's second-biggest mobile operator, has recruited Jean-Francois Van Boxmeer, the current CEO of brewer Heineken <HEIN.AS>, to succeed Gerard Kleisterlee as chairman from November this year.
Vodafone, the world's second-biggest mobile operator, has recruited Jean-Francois Van Boxmeer, the current CEO of brewer Heineken, to succeed Gerard Kleisterlee as chairman from November this year.
Heineken <HEIN.AS>, the world's second-largest brewer, reported a 14% slide in beer sales in March, with sharp declines in all regions as the COVID-19 pandemic closed pubs and restaurants across the globe.
* WILL DEVIATE FROM ITS DIVIDEND POLICY AND WILL NOT PAY AN INTERIM DIVIDEND FOLLOWING ITS HALF YEAR RESULTS IN AUGUST 2020
Heineken, the world's second largest brewer, on Wednesday reported a 14% slide in beer sales in March, with sharp declines in all regions as the COVID-19 pandemic closed bars and restaurants across the globe.
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Heineken <HEIN.AS>, the world's second largest brewer, suffered a decline in beer sales in the first three months of the year, forecast worse to come in the second quarter and scrapped its 2020 guidance due to the coronavirus crisis.
Heineken, the world's second largest brewer, suffered a decline in beer sales in the first three months of the year, forecast worse to come in the second quarter and scrapped its 2020 guidance due to the coronavirus crisis.
* HEINEKEN N.V. WITHDRAWS ALL GUIDANCE FOR 2020 DUE TO COVID-19
Dutch brewer Heineken said on Friday that it will suspend production and distribution from its seven plants in Mexico, in response to the government's decision to halt non-essential economic activity to contain the new coronavirus.
Heineken NV <HEIN.AS> will invest 865 million reais ($183 million) to expand its Ponta Grossa brewing plant in Brazil, the company said on Monday, as competition between the world's two largest beer makers bubbles up.
Jean-Francois van Boxmeer, chief executive of Dutch brewer Heineken <HEIN.AS> for the past 15 years, will step down on June 1 and be replaced by the head of the company's Asia-Pacific region, the world's second largest beer maker said on Tuesday.
Heineken <HEIN.AS>, the world's second largest brewer, forecast lower barley and aluminium costs would help to boost profits this year, when its long-serving chief executive will step down.
Heineken, the world's second-largest beer maker, said on Wednesday it expects operating profit this year to grow by a mid-single digit percentage after 2019 earnings came in line with expectations.
Heineken, the world's second largest brewer, denied on Sunday a Brazilian newspaper report, which said that Coca-Cola Brasil had filed a lawsuit seeking to annul Heineken's 2017 acquisition of Brasil Kirin.
Coca-Cola Brasil has filed a motion in a Brazilian court to annul the 2017 Heineken <HEIN.AS> acquisition of Brasil Kirin , the Valor Economico newspaper reported on Friday, citing court documents.
Coca-Cola Femsa SAB de CV and Heineken NV announced late on Thursday the end of an arbitration on contracts of beer distribution in Brazil favorable to Femsa.
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