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Three Thoughts on JAB’s Keurig Green Mountain Deal

JAB Holding’s US$13.9 billion buyout of Keurig Green Mountain represents a further statement of intent regarding the investment group’s ambitions in the coffee space. While the company has focused its efforts on the US in 2015, with the Keurig deal following the acquisitions of third-wave coffee players Stumptown Coffee Roasters and Intelligentsia Coffee, the long-term […]
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China Ends One-Child Policy: Why Now?

China’s one-child policy since 1979 has resulted in a unique population profile that sets it apart from most other emerging countries, namely that it is facing a demographic time-bomb because of rapid ageing, before the country has reached developed economy status. The decision by the government in October to end the policy and allow all […]
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General Mills Posts Solid Profit Growth in the US but International Sales Remain Worrying

General Mills has recently announced its first fiscal quarter results revealing net revenue growth of 4% in constant-currency basis and profit growth of 20%, one the highest rates in its recent history. Profit growth came off the back the aggressive cost-cutting measures including trimming the workforce, closure of underperforming manufacturing facilities and ousting of extraneous […]
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SABMiller and A-B InBev in Merger Talks

The topic of potential consolidation in global beer resurfaced this morning with the news that A-B InBev and SABMiller are in merger talks. Euromonitor’s initial reaction on the possible merger of the two world’s biggest brewers – picked up and quoted across trade and business media worldwide – is voiced by Spiros Malandrakis, Senior Alcoholic […]
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