SWOT Analysis

June 2010
Asia Pacific Breweries Ltd. SWOT Analysis;Jun2010, p1
SWOT Analysis
The article presents a company profile of Asia Pacific Breweries Ltd., a leading producer and marketer of breweries with headquarters in Alexandra Point, Singapore. Countries where the company has operations include Laos, Cambodia and China, among others. Corporate profits for the financial year ended September 2009 was reportedly 2,040.2 million Singaporean dollars, while operating profit was 307.2 million Singaporean dollars. Also given is a strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats (SWOT) analysis.


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