Kirin’s thirst for expansion attracts onlookers

The drinks giant has been acquiring internationally and domestically as it seeks to gain exposure to high growth markets and diversify away from Japan’s dropping demand for beer. Other companies would do well to take Kirin’s ambitions to heart.

  • 15 Sep 2009

Kirin has frequently been willing to look overseas to grow its drinks business over the years.

The company, which is best known for its eponymous beer, hired US actor Harrison Ford back in 1994 to do a series of commercials about its lager. Other foreign actors who have advertised ...

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