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Vietnam records fifth highest increase in per capita alcohol consumption

Per capita liquor consumption in Vietnam increased 90 percent in 2010-2017, surpassing regional giants and against drops in Europe.

Doctors infuse five liters of beer to save man from alcohol poisoning death

Doctors had to perfuse a man's stomach with 15 cans of beer to prevent him from dying of alcohol poisoning.

Beer binges a health problem, WHO warns Vietnam

The World Health Organization has called on Vietnam to tackle excessive drinking with strong measures.
August 07, 2018 | 07:50 am GMT+7

Vietnamese pharmacy firms cash in on nutritional supplements, brokers say

Liver supplements marketed for detoxication and supporting liver functions have become big business.
March 06, 2017 | 07:23 pm GMT+7

Beer-thirsty Vietnamese force supermarkets to ration sales before Lunar New Year

Panic-buying has ensued with prices expected to rise ahead of Tet.
January 13, 2017 | 08:58 pm GMT+7

Bottoms up: Vietnamese expected to drink up this Tet

Top brewer Habeco expects sales of nearly 147 million liters of beer during the biggest holiday, up 6.1 percent year on year.
January 02, 2017 | 01:37 pm GMT+7

Thirsty for Tet: Saigon expected to drink 40 million liters of beer during holiday

And 45 million liters of soft drinks, according to new projections.
November 22, 2016 | 09:58 am GMT+7

Vietnam's top brewers Sabeco, Habeco to list on main bourse soon

The companies have been ordered to complete their much anticipated listings by December 20.
November 16, 2016 | 09:50 pm GMT+7

Eating and drinking, for no particular purpose

All you need, besides good company, is beer, delicious food and a sense of freedom.
October 30, 2016 | 06:00 am GMT+7

Beer, big bucks and babes: tapping into Vietnam's thirst

It’s breweries that have the power to dictate what local pubs decide to put in their fridges.
September 19, 2016 | 12:18 pm GMT+7

Boozing leads to stomach cancer hike among young Vietnamese

Heavy drinkers are at higher risk of contracting the life-threatening disease.
July 26, 2016 | 05:10 pm GMT+7
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