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Chinese beer brands Snow, Tsingtao, Yanjing and Harbin dominated market

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Tinuku ~ Four brands of beer from China dominate the largest market share in the world. The independent international research institute Euromonitor International reported that brewer brands Snow, Tsingtao, Yanjing and Harbin from China were among the top 10 global beer market rivals.

Tinuku Chinese beer brands Snow, Tsingtao, Yanjing and Harbin dominated market

The world beer market in recent years underwent a remarkable change driven by the growth of beer drinkers in China is very significant. The economic upswing has changed the lifestyle that led many local corporations to the global scene.

An independent research institute Euromonitor International reported unexpected results suggesting the growth of beer drinkers in China has increased significantly. The change is evident from the surge in local brand brewing sales to the global market.

Research conducted by Euromonitor in 2016 shows a global sales record held by the Snow brand produced by China Resources Enterprise. Last year, Snow posted the highest sales in the world.

Three other Chinese beer brands are also on the elite list of 10 bestsellers in the world, as reported by Bloomberg Businesweek cited Chinadaily page is Tsingtao, Yanjing and Harbin. Here are 10 best-selling brewers in the world by 2016:

1. Snow (China) with 5.4 percent market share.
2. Tsingtao (China), 2.8 percent.
3. Bud Light (United States), 2.5 percent.
4. Budweiser (United States), 2.3 percent.
5. Skol (Brazil), 2.2 percent.

6. Yanjing (China), 1.9 percent.
7. Heineken (Netherlands), 1.5 percent.
8. Harbin (China), 1.5 percent.
9. Brahma (Brazil), 1.5 percent.
10. Coors Light (United States), 1.3 percent.

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