The Other Red Bull

November 2011
Forbes Asia;Nov2011, Vol. 7 Issue 13, p76
The article offers information on Tan Hiep Phat (THP), the corporate creation of Tran Qui Thanh's clan in Vietnam. The family running THP has turned a small brewery into a domestic beverage empire. Market research firm ACNielsen in May 2011 found THP the overall market leader in Vietnam. 57-year-old chairman Thanh is a fount of slogans and philosophical quotations.


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