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Armenia 24.05.2011Armenia alcoholic beverage production, January-March, 2011
The alcoholic beverage market is one of the biggest in the Republic of Armenia. The world’s famous cognac is just one type of beverage the country produces to the amount of 500 thousand litres each month. Over the first quarter of 2011 the beverage production kept on growing. January-March 2011 saw Armenia produce 2906.4 thousand litres of cognac which was 105.8% on January-March 2010 (2747.7 thousand litres).
Ukraine 08.06.2010Ukrainian wine material market
In spite of Ukrainian current tendency of foodstuff market volume and market volume of some spirits (beer in particular) to decrease, wine material (and wine) production did not decrease in the country. The increasing figures of 2009 were similar to pre-crisis growth rates.
Ukraine 25.05.2010Market of alcoholic beverages in Ukraine
As of January 1st 2010, on the market of alcoholic beverages there were 76 companies, which produced vodka and alcoholic beverages, 359 enterprises sold alcohol by wholesale, nearly 100000 companies sold alcoholic beverages by retail.
Ukraine 05.05.2010Ukrainian grape alcoholic beverage market in Q1 2010
In Q1 2010 Ukrainian wine product production increased compared to the same period of 2009. The rise was most notable for the following products: vermouth (amounting to 0.3 million dal with a 3.3-fold increase) and carbonated wine (amounting to 0.06 million dal with a over 50%-increase) (Fig. 1). There is a rise concerning other products as well.
Czech Republic 26.10.2009Brewing in the Czech Republic
Czech beer is considered to be one of the best in the world. Soil in Czechia does well for hop growing. The Czech Republic takes world’s third place in a ranking of this plant growing. Germany and the USA leave behind it. Besides, the bowels of the earth are rich in high quality water, therefore a taste of Czech beer distinguishes a special gentleness.
Kyrgyzstan 11.08.2009Beer market in Kyrgyzstan
A beer industry in Kirgizia is one of the ancients in Central Asia. A non-drinking company in 1986 as well as the crisis after disintegration of the USSR hit the beer industry sufficiently. In 1993, beer production volumes totaled less than 2 mln dal, and decreased 2.7 times in the next ten years.
Russian Federation 07.05.2009The market of low-alcoholic beverages of Russia, 2007
The share of low-alcoholic beverages in the alcoholic market of Russia is insignificant - in 2007 it has made 3%, having reduced on 1% in comparison with 2005 and 2006. Though it is necessary to note, that in average across the Europe and America the similar share makes 5-6%, and in the Ukraine it is less than 2%.
Kazakhstan 29.01.2009Kazakh beer market
The beer market of Kazakhstan appeared in the second half of IX, when first factories were built. During soviet times, about 30 mln. dal of beer produced in the country. In 90th years of the last century, the production volumes of beer decreased five times as a result of an economics slump. The brewing trade dropped behind in technical development of beer making technology, the plants weren’t able to brew high-quality beer, catered for market needs.
Latvia 29.01.2009Production and turnover of low-alcoholic beverages in Latvia
Recently, the market of low-alcoholic drinks has been one of the most dynamic segments of alcohol market by growth rates. The rate is accelerated by the countries like EEMA (Eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa) and Latin America, which in 2007 demonstrated the growth by 17% and 15% respectively in monetary terms.