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Heineken Vietnam Plans To Inaugurate A New Brewery In Ba Ria - Vung Tau In September 2022
Date: 7/21/2022 5:36:50 PM
Heineken Viet proposes a suitable roadmap for the implementation of excise tax for the period 2022-2023 and a direct power purchase and sale (DPPA) mechanism for businesses to negotiate with electricity producers in Vietnam. .

Minister of Industry and Trade Nguyen Hong Dien had a working session with the leaders of Heineken Vietnam Company. The Minister highly appreciated Heineken Vietnam’s vision for the Vietnamese market not only in terms of a market of 100 million people but also in its relationship with many markets and partners to which Vietnam is a party. .

At the meeting, Mr. Alexander Koch - CEO of Heineken Vietnam said that the business has operated continuously in the Vietnamese market since 1991, always making great contributions to the state budget, in the future. equivalent to 1% of GDP and create jobs both directly and indirectly for 212,000 workers.

Regarding the operation orientation of Heineken Vietnam in the coming time, Mr. Alexander Koch affirmed, the Company continues to maintain its attachment to the Vietnamese market. Accordingly, it is expected that in September 2022, the Company will inaugurate a new brewery in Ba Ria - Vung Tau.

According to Mr. Alexander Koch, the situation of ᴅι̣cн ʙᴇ̣̂ɴн has significantly affected the Company’s operations as well as its contribution to the state budget.

If in 2019, the Company contributed more than VND 20,000 billion, in 2020 it will decrease to less than VND 17,000 billion. At the same time, the high price of input materials puts pressure on the company’s operating costs, and poses the problem of how to operate sustainably.

Making recommendations to the Minister of Industry and Trade, Heineken Vietnam wishes that Vietnam has a suitable roadmap in implementing excise tax for the period 2022 - 2023 as well as considering the implementation of excise tax on the excise tax. υσ̂́иɢ cσ́ cσ̂̀и is based on pure cσ́.

Heinenken Vietnam also wants to increase the percentage of renewable energy usage from 52% at present to 100% by 2025 as well as to participate in the implementation of the direct electricity purchase and sale mechanism.

With this recommendation, Minister Nguyen Hong Dien said that the Ministry of Industry and Trade acknowledges these opinions and will report them to the relevant authorities to harmonize the interests of the parties.

The Company wants to participate in direct electricity trading, according to the Minister, it is necessary to pay attention to the stability in the operation of the power grid. The Minister also informed that the direct electricity purchase and sale mechanism is currently being urgently built so that it can be issued soon.

In developing new products in the Vietnamese market, Minister Nguyen Hong Dien suggested that Heineken Vietnam Company should pay attention to carefully research the tastes and consumption habits of Vietnamese people to develop products. effective.

Heineken Vietnam is operating 6 breweries in Hanoi, Da Nang, Quang Nam, Ho Chi Minh City, Vung Tau and Tien Giang. It owns beer brands such as Heineken, Tiger, Amstel, Larue, BIVINA, Sol, Desperados, Affligem and Strongbow fermented apple juice.

Previously, Samsung Vietnam also had a meeting with the Ministry of Industry and Trade and expressed its hope that the Ministry would soon complete the construction of a direct electricity purchase and sale mechanism between electricity users and generators, so that the two sides can negotiate to buy electricity directly according to the roadmap in accordance with the vision and development of Samsung.

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