13 September 2012

Subhanallah...!!! F&N juga pengeluar arak terbesar Asia!

Rupanya Tiger Beer adalah keluaran F&N... sama dengan susu pekat yang ramai orang Islam di Malaysia minum!
Sungguh sebelum ini aku tak tahu pun kalau F&N adalah pengeluar arak terbesar di Asia. Aku ingatkan F&N hanya pengeluar minuman ringan F&N, 100 Plus, air kotak Season dan susu dalam tin F&N rupa-rupanya syarikat itu juga adalah pengeluar Tiger Beer.

Aku percaya jutaan pengguna Islam lain di Malaysia pun tak tahu kalau F&N, sebuah syarikat pengeluar makanan dan minuman milik syarikat asing itu rupa-rupanya juga pengeluar arak. Hemm... Aku tak tahulah pandangan korang bila mengetahui keadaan sebenar mengenai F&N ini. Tapi aku secara peribadi (minta maaflah) tak akan beli lagi produk di bawah label F&N sebab rasa macam bersubahat pulak. Maklum syarikat sama juga adalah pengeluar arak terbesar Asia.

Kalau aku tak baca berita kat bawah ni, sampai mati aku tak tahu kalau Tiger Beer adalah syarikat sama yang kilangkan air F&N dan susu pekat F&N... Oh tidakkkk.....!!!

SINGAPORE, Sept 13 - A battle for dominance in Asia’s lucrative beer market broke out Thursday as a Thai tycoon made a $7.1 billion bid for a Singapore group that includes a brewer about to be taken over by Dutch giant Heineken.
Thai Beverage (ThaiBev) and its partner TCC Assets offered other owners Sg$8.7 billion to take over Singapore’s Fraser and Neave (F&N), the parent of Asia-Pacific Breweries (APB), maker of Tiger Beer and other popular brands.
The two firms, controlled by Thai billionaire Charoen Sirivadhanabhakdi, said in a statement they were offering Sg$8.88 per share for the 70 percent of F&N shares they do not yet own.
The all-cash offer came two weeks ahead of a September 28 shareholders’ meeting called by the F&N board to approve Heineken’s Sg$5.6 billion offer for its 40 percent stake in APB, which has 14 breweries across the region.
F&N said in a statement that the meeting will still go ahead but it was appointing a financial adviser on the Thai offer.
Heineken said it was reviewing the Thai bid and “will make a further announcement if and when appropriate”.
Heineken already owns 42 percent of APB and a takeover would give it a major advantage in the Asian market, where beer consumption is booming as sales fall in mature markets such as Europe.
The Thai group’s offer represented a 4.3 percent premium on F&N’s closing price of Sg$8.51 on Wednesday and valued the Singapore conglomerate — also involved in property, food, soft drinks and publishing — at Sg$12.5 billion. - AFP

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