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Hot Drinks - Vietnam



Euromonitor International : Country Market Insight
March 2011
List of Contents and Tables

Executive Summary . 1 
Healthy Growth Despite Global Economic Crisis . 1 
Hectic Lifestyles Drive Demand for Instant Hot Drinks . 1 Intense Competition in Coffee and Tea . 1  Small Grocery Retailers Continue To Lead . 1 Stronger Sales Growth Expected Over the Forecast Period . 1  Key Trends and Developments . 1 
Rapid Expansion of Specialist Coffee Shops Bolster Performance . 1 
Small Independent Grocers Remains the Leading Distribution Channel . 2 Increased Product Innovation As the Economy Recovers . 3 Busy Lifestyles Lead To Increased Demand for Instant Hot Drinks . 4  Gap To Result in Higher Pricing . 4  Market Data . 5 
Retail Vs Foodservice Sales of Hot Drinks: % Volume Breakdown 2005-2010 . 5  Retail Vs Foodservice Sales of Hot Drinks: % Volume Growth 2005-2010 . 5  Retail Sales of Hot Drinks by Category: Volume 2005-2010 . 6  Retail Sales of Hot Drinks by Category: Value 2005-2010 . 6  Retail Sales of Hot Drinks by Category: % Volume Growth 2005-2010 . 6  Retail Sales of Hot Drinks by Category: % Value Growth 2005-2010 . 6  Foodservice Sales of Hot Drinks by Category: Volume 2005-2010 . 6  Foodservice Sales of Hot Drinks by Category: % Volume Growth 2005-2010 . 7  Total Sales of Hot Drinks by Category: Total Volume 2005-2010 . 7  Total Sales of Hot Drinks by Category: % Total Volume Growth 2005-2010 . 7  Hot Drinks Company Shares by Retail Value 2006-2010 . 7  Hot Drinks Brand Shares by Retail Value 2007-2010 . 8  Sales of Hot Drinks by Distribution Format: % Analysis 2005-2010 . 9  Sales of Hot Drinks by Category and Distribution Format: % Analysis 2010 . 9  Forecast Retail Vs Foodservice Sales of Hot Drinks: % Volume Breakdown 2010-2015 . 10  Forecast Retail Vs Foodservice Sales of Hot Drinks: % Volume Growth 2010-2015 . 10  Forecast Retail Sales of Hot Drinks by Category: Volume 2010-2015 . 10  Forecast Retail Sales of Hot Drinks by Category: Value 2010-2015 . 10  Forecast Retail Sales of Hot Drinks by Category: % Volume Growth 2010-2015 . 11  Forecast Retail Sales of Hot Drinks by Category: % Value Growth 2010-2015 . 11  Forecast Foodservice Sales of Hot Drinks by Category: Volume 2010-2015 . 11  Forecast Foodservice Sales of Hot Drinks by Category: % Volume Growth 2010-2015 . 11  Forecast Total Sales of Hot Drinks by Category: Total Volume 2010-2015 . 11  Forecast Total Sales of Hot Drinks by Category: % Total Volume Growth 2010-2015 . 12  Appendix . 12 
Production Data. 12 
Production of Hot Drinks by Sector 2005-2009 . 12  Definitions . 12 
HOT DRINKS IN VIETNAM

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Healthy Growth Despite Global Economic Crisis

Hot drinks in Vietnam was largely unaffected by the financial crisis in 2008-2009, due to the fact that most
products are considered daily necessities by many consumers. As a result, volume sales only saw a marginal
slowdown in growth during the period 2007-2009. A return to stronger volume sales growth was seen in 2010,
as the economy began to recover and consumer confidence returned.
Hectic Lifestyles Drive Demand for Instant Hot Drinks

With the rapid pace of urbanisation and industrialisation in the country, consumers are leading busier and more
stressful lifestyles. Thus, instant products are in high demand thanks to their convenient format. This resulted in
outstanding performance for instant tea, instant coffee and malt-based hot drinks, which are usually sold in an
instant format. Most of the new product developments in 2010 focused on these categories, as manufacturers
tried to capitalise on the fast rising demand.
Intense Competition in Coffee and Tea

Coffee and tea, which are traditionally consumed by the majority of Vietnamese consumers, saw intense
competition among local and foreign players alike over the review period. In both categories, manufacturers
invested significantly in the research and development of new products, in an attempt to attract consumer
interest. Furthermore, significant amounts were devoted to marketing activities with a view to raising brand
awareness and enhancing brand image. On the other hand, only limited competition was seen in other hot
drinks, due to its limited potential and relatively small consumer base.
Small Grocery Retailers Continue To Lead

Despite seeing a loss of retail volume sales share to supermarkets/hypermarkets, small independent grocers
continued as the preferred channel in which to purchase hot drinks products in Vietnam, due to the easily
accessible, convenient location of outlets. Most small independent grocer outlets are located in neighbourhood
areas, and owners usually have good relationships with those living in the vicinity, which affords the channel
another advantage over supermarkets/hypermarkets.
Stronger Sales Growth Expected Over the Forecast Period

Hot drinks is expected to see accelerating retail volume and value sales growth over the forecast period,
resulting in higher CAGRs than were seen over the review period. This will be mostly driven by accelerating
demand for instant standard coffee, allied to the strong performance of many other categories, such as malt-
based hot drinks and fruit/herbal tea.
KEY TRENDS AND DEVELOPMENTS

Rapid Expansion of Specialist Coffee Shops Bolster Performance

In general, Vietnam is still very much a coffee society, with coffee shops and cafés remaining popular places for
people of different ages to meet and socialise. As a result of rising income levels and improving living standards
in the country, the consumer foodservice industry, especially specialist coffee shops and cafés, saw strong
development over the review period. Both local and international chained coffee specialists, such as Highlands,
Trung Nguyen, Gloria Jeans, The Coffee Bean and Angel-In-Us, expanded their outlet networks rapidly.
Independent coffee specialists and cafés also mushroomed, with many interesting new concepts and store
designs introduced to attract customers. All of this contributed in a significant way to the development of on-
trade hot drinks consumption over the review period.

Current Impact

Chained specialist coffee shops usually offer high-quality coffee and a wider range of flavours. Furthermore,
they played a pioneering role in introducing speciality Italian coffee, such as cappuccino and latte, to consumers
in Vietnam. With their modern image, chained specialist coffee shops helped in widening the target
demographic to younger consumers and females.
Besides their contribution to the development of on-trade consumption in Vietnam, chained specialist coffee
shops also contributed to the development of off-trade coffee consumption. Leading local chains, including
Highlands and Trung Nguyen, sell ground coffee in their shops for consumption off-trade, in an attempt to
leverage their famous brand names. Over the review period, consumers increasingly purchased ground coffee in
these specialist coffee shops to consume at home.
Outlook

Due to ongoing rapid urbanisation and improvements in living conditions in the country, the consumer
foodservice industry is expected to continue see strong development over the forecast period. This is also true of
specialist coffee shops and cafés, as they remain a popular place for people to socialise. Strong players like Viet
Thai International, the owner of the Highlands chain, and Trung Nguyen, will continue to expand their outlet
networks throughout the country. On the other hand, international players, such as Starbucks, are likely to look
to become established, in order to capitalise on fast growing demand.
Future Impact

With the rising trend of eating out and the increasing number of coffee shops and cafés, it is expected that on-
trade consumption of hot drinks, particularly coffee, will continue to see strong development over the forecast
period. Demand for high quality coffee is also likely to increase, as consumers become increasingly
sophisticated.
Despite this, on-trade consumption of hot drinks might face a threat from soft drinks, following the rapid pace of
development seen over the review period. Many shops have begun to offer a wider variety of drinks to satisfy
different consumer needs, including soft drinks. As such, hot drinks can be expected to face increasing
competition from some soft drink categories, including RTD tea and fruit/vegetable juice.
Small Independent Grocers Remains the Leading Distribution Channel

Despite seeing a loss of sales share over the review period, small grocery retailers remained the dominant
distribution channel for hot drinks in Vietnam, in accounting for a 63% share of retail volume sales in 2010.
Small independent grocer outlets are found throughout Vietnam in almost every neighbourhood. Due to the
proximity of these outlets to crowded residential areas, they are much more convenient for many consumers
than modern retail channels, such as supermarkets/hypermarkets and convenience stores. Thus, despite the
relatively limited range of products small independent grocer outlets tend to carry, they, nonetheless, hold a
strong competitive advantage over other competing channels. This is especially true for hot drinks products,
which are considered a daily necessity in many Vietnamese households.
Current Impact

With its importance and widespread outlet network throughout the country, small independent grocers represent
the most important channel for hot drinks manufacturers to ensure their success over the review period.
However, the disorganised and fragmented nature of the channel, also presents a significant challenge to
players, in terms of establishing good relationships and distribution partnerships with channel players.
Furthermore, the small-scale nature of outlets presents another challenge, in terms of lack of storage space,
which necessitates more frequent restocks and near continuous support from manufacturers. Some large players,
such as Vinacafe Bien Hoa, Nestlé and Unilever, have successfully established extensive distribution networks
throughout the country to meet the needs of small independent grocers, which has contributed greatly to their
success in hot drinks in Vietnam. For smaller players, however, the fragmented nature of the small independent
grocers channel represents a major challenge.
Outlook

Modern grocery retailers, including supermarkets/hypermarkets and convenience stores, will most likely see
improvements in the near future and continue to gain retail volume sales share at the expense of small
independent grocers. As unpackaged products decline in popularity, due to concerns regarding their quality and
authenticity, the development of packaged products is likely to bolster the performance of modern retailers.
Despite this, small independent grocers are expected to continue to dominate hot drinks in Vietnam over the
forecast period, due to the well-established tradition of shopping at these outlets in Vietnam. Furthermore, the
underdeveloped infrastructure in rural areas makes it difficult for modern retail outlets to expand to these
regions. This leaves rural consumers largely dependent on small independent grocers for their general shopping
needs, including hot drinks.
Future Impact

Besides having good distribution partnerships with modern retail chains, building a wide distribution network
with a focus on small independent grocers is of the utmost importance for players hoping to succeed in hot
drinks in Vietnam. A strong relationship with local distributors is the key to effectively servicing the channel.
Along with brand building, high mark-up rates accompanied with special discounts from manufacturers are
often necessary to tempt small independent grocers to distribute a new hot drink product. Providing continuous
support for these small retailers will continue to be essential for manufacturers, due to their lack of storage space
necessitating relatively frequent restocks and attention from manufacturers.
Increased Product Innovation As the Economy Recovers

Hot drinks in Vietnam was largely unaffected by the economic crisis in 2008-2009. As the beginning of an
economic recovery was seen in 2010, hot drinks saw even stronger retail volume and value sales growth than in
the two previous years. This prompted many manufacturers to launch new products to capitalise on rising local
demand.
In 2010, many new product developments illustrated manufacturer’s attempts to be innovative, as they sought to
appeal to specific demographics. For instance, Passiona, which was launched by Trung Nguyen, is an instant 3-
in-1 coffee with low caffeine content and added collagen that is targeted at the country’s female population.
Nestlé introduced Milo Fruit, which, unlike traditional Milo, can be mixed with cold water instead of hot water.
This makes preparing the product more convenient for parents, while providing children with a wider range of
flavours to choose from. In early 2011, Nestlé launched Café Vi?t 3-in-1 instant iced coffee, which is
differentiated from the competition by its strong traditional milk coffee taste.
Current Impact

New product developments in 2009-2010 certainly created a better dynamic and drew consumer attention by
offering more interesting choices. Products, such as Passiona and Café Vi?t instant iced coffee, showed
manufacturers attempting to appeal to the increasing sophistication of urban consumers, while Milo Fruit
seemed to address the need for products more compatible with increasingly hectic lifestyles. All of these
products proved to be relevant to urban consumer demand, and served to improve the brand image of the players
involved. However, as these products are relatively new, it will take time to judge the true level of their success.
From the perspective of manufacturers, these developments served to bring competition to a new level, whereby
manufacturers need to look closely at and respond to emerging trends, in order to ensure their continued success.
As most of the leading players are on a par in many regards, such as having extensive distribution networks and
strong advertising budgets, launching new interesting products could prove vital to players in achieving
differentiation from the competition.
Outlook

With increasingly sophisticated demand and intensifying competition amongst the leading players, it is expected
that soft drinks in Vietnam will see an increasing number of new product developments in coming years.
Improving quality is likely to remain the main focus for many new products. Furthermore, manufacturers are
expected to look to better address many consumer needs, through improving the convenience of products,
adding more fortified ingredients, introducing a greater range of healthy products, and utilising more premium
ingredients.
Future Impact

Consumers will benefit the most from intensifying competition and new product developments, as products are
likely to better address the divergent needs of various niches.
For players in hot drinks in Vietnam, the forecast period is likely to be marked by increasing competition.
Smaller companies tend to be at a disadvantage in terms of new products development, as they have smaller
budgets for research, development and advertising. As a result, larger players, such as Nestlé, Unilever, Trung
Nguyen and Viet Thai International, are the most likely to launch new interesting products over the forecast
period. It is also likely that more foreign players will enter hot drinks in Vietnam over the forecast period, which
is likely to result in more new products being introduced and competition intensifying yet further.
Busy Lifestyles Lead To Increased Demand for Instant Hot Drinks

Tea and coffee are long established as drinks for daily consumption in Vietnam. As a large proportion of
consumers have study or work commitments, it means they have little time to devote to drink preparation and
consumption. The pace of life in Vietnam grew increasingly hectic over the review period, as a result of rapid
urbanisation and industrialisation. This, in turn, created increasing demand for instant hot drinks, due to the
convenience such products offer. Over the review period, manufacturers continuously sought to improve the
quality of their instant products, in an attempt to achieve parity with non-instant products, and increase
consumer demand.
Current Impact

In 2010, instant hot drink products, including instant coffee, instant tea and some instant malt-based products,
recorded strong retail volume sales growth. Various developments were seen within these categories over the
review period, including the introduction of 3-in-1 and 2-in-1 products, as well as the launch of new improved
flavours. The most notable developments were seen in instant coffee, where manufacturers introduced products
of similar taste and quality to ground coffee. The majority of the developments seen were initiated by larger
players, such as Nestlé, Vinacafe Bien Hoa and Trung Nguyen. These products managed to attract many
consumers, particularly younger consumers, due to the convenience and improved choice that they offer.
Outlook

With urbanisation and industrialisation expected to continue apace across Vietnam over the forecast period,
demand for instant products is likely to increase further, particularly among urban consumers. As a result, it is
expected that further innovation will be seen, with larger players, such as as Nestlé, Unilever and Vinacafe Bien
Hoa, providing leadership in this regard. Furthermore, as demand becomes increasingly sophisticated in relation
to quality and nutritional considerations, competition is likely to intensify further, as players compete to address
consumer needs.
Future Impact

Over the forecast period, players are likely to continue in their efforts to improve the quality of instant hot
drinks products, with the goal of achieving parity with fresh ground coffee and freshly made tea in terms of
taste. As most of the coffee and tea produced in Vietnam is exported, instant coffee producers are likely to first
improve and test products domestically, prior to introducing them overseas. Larger players, such as Vinatea,
Vinacafe and Trung Nguyen, are likely to invest in their production facilities, in order to meet the requirements
of both domestic and international consumption.
Gap To Result in Higher Pricing

Coffee and tea produced according to the standards required under GAP (Good Agricultural Practices) tend to
receive greater acceptance, as well as yield much higher prices, overseas. This serves as a great incentive for
domestic producers to apply the principles of GAP to their production. The Vietnamese government has drawn
up plans to establish areas where tea and coffee plantations comply with GAP standards, in order to increase the
quantity and value of the country’s exports of these commodities. Lam Dong was chosen as one of these areas
for both coffee and tea, with most of the output of the region used for exports.
Current Impact

In general, domestic consumers have not paid much attention to GAP or the impact that it has in terms of
conserving resources and addressing many environmental issues. As a result, a large part of GAP-compliant tea
and coffee production was exported over the review period, leaving little room for domestic consumption.
However, as a result of various government initiatives and media coverage, a niche group of consumers began to
pay increased attention to developments in this area. As a result, several local players started to offer GAP-
compliant products to domestic consumers over the review period, including Lam Dong Tea and Di Linh Tea.
Outlook

With rising global demand for sustainable agriculture products, the volume of tea and coffee produced under
GAP standards is likely to increase further to meet rising export demand. During their first years of operation,
the majority of the country’s GAP-compliant plantations receive government support, in an attempt to
incentivise growers to make the switch. As a result, it is likely that more extensive media coverage will be given
to the issue in coming years, which will help in raising consumer awareness.
Furthermore, with better education, higher awareness of environmental issues and improving living standards,
consumers are expected to pay greater attention to GAP products, due to the sustainable image which they
enjoy. This is likely to create new potential for high-end tea and coffee products in Vietnam over the forecast
period.
Future Impact

Over the first two to three years of the forecast period, it is not expected that GAP products will see significantly
increased demand in Vietnam, as consumers are likely to be still facing many problems related to the financial
crisis, such as high inflation and rising commodity prices. However, towards the end of the forecast period, there
are likely to be more opportunities for GAP products to become established, as disposable income levels rise.
Such a development is likely to result in higher unit prices for many hot drink products, particularly in tea and
coffee.
While, in previous years, many important trends were led by larger players, it is likely that this trend will be
shaped by smaller players, for whom it is relatively easy to switch to GAP production. As such, it is likely that
more niche players will emerge, as this trend takes shape over the forecast period.
MARKET DATA

Retail Vs Foodservice Sales of Hot Drinks: % Volume Breakdown 2005-2010
Euromonitor International from official statistics, trade associations, trade press, company research, store checks, trade interviews, trade sources Retail Vs Foodservice Sales of Hot Drinks: % Volume Growth 2005-2010
Euromonitor International from official statistics, trade associations, trade press, company research, store checks, trade interviews, trade sources Retail Sales of Hot Drinks by Category: Volume 2005-2010
18,324.9 20,123.7 22,047.5 24,194.3 26,601.5 29,334.3 9,672.3 10,319.3 10,727.2 11,048.0 11,264.4 11,678.0 34,587.6 37,780.5 40,981.7 44,381.8 48,072.0 52,462.8 Euromonitor International from official statistics, trade associations, trade press, company research, store checks, trade interviews, trade sources Retail Sales of Hot Drinks by Category: Value 2005-2010
1,241.4 1,497.3 1,763.5 2,074.4 2,422.9 2,785.3 2,324.7 2,539.2 2,661.6 2,753.2 2,820.3 2,950.0 4,153.3 4,708.6 5,194.8 5,704.6 6,244.4 6,889.0 Euromonitor International from official statistics, trade associations, trade press, company research, store checks, trade interviews, trade sources Retail Sales of Hot Drinks by Category: % Volume Growth 2005-2010
Euromonitor International from official statistics, trade associations, trade press, company research, store checks, trade interviews, trade sources Retail Sales of Hot Drinks by Category: % Value Growth 2005-2010
Euromonitor International from official statistics, trade associations, trade press, company research, store checks, trade interviews, trade sources Foodservice Sales of Hot Drinks by Category: Volume 2005-2010
27,581.1 29,651.0 31,624.8 33,594.6 35,553.2 37,472.5 2,234.6 2,458.1 2,716.2 3,015.0 3,286.3 3,615.0 30,466.2 32,818.1 35,110.3 37,440.4 39,732.6 42,052.0 Euromonitor International from official statistics, trade associations, trade press, company research, store checks, trade interviews, trade sources Foodservice Sales of Hot Drinks by Category: % Volume Growth 2005-2010
Euromonitor International from official statistics, trade associations, trade press, company research, store checks, trade interviews, trade sources Total Sales of Hot Drinks by Category: Total Volume 2005-2010
45,906.0 49,774.7 53,672.4 57,788.9 62,154.7 66,806.8 11,907.0 12,777.4 13,443.4 14,063.0 14,550.7 15,293.0 65,053.7 70,598.5 76,091.9 81,822.2 87,804.6 94,514.8 Euromonitor International from official statistics, trade associations, trade press, company research, store checks, trade interviews, trade sources Total Sales of Hot Drinks by Category: % Total Volume Growth 2005-2010
Euromonitor International from official statistics, trade associations, trade press, company research, store checks, trade interviews, trade sources Hot Drinks Company Shares by Retail Value 2006-2010
Euromonitor International from official statistics, trade associations, trade press, company research, store checks, trade interviews, trade sources Hot Drinks Brand Shares by Retail Value 2007-2010
Euromonitor International from official statistics, trade associations, trade press, company research, store checks, trade interviews, trade sources Sales of Hot Drinks by Distribution Format: % Analysis 2005-2010
Euromonitor International from official statistics, trade associations, trade press, company research, store checks, trade interviews, trade sources Sales of Hot Drinks by Category and Distribution Format: % Analysis 2010
Euromonitor International from official statistics, trade associations, trade press, company research, store checks, trade interviews, trade sources C = coffee; T= tea; OHD = other hot drinks Forecast Retail Vs Foodservice Sales of Hot Drinks: % Volume Breakdown 2010-2015
Euromonitor International from trade associations, trade press, company research, trade interviews, trade sources Forecast Retail Vs Foodservice Sales of Hot Drinks: % Volume Growth 2010-2015
Euromonitor International from trade associations, trade press, company research, trade interviews, trade sources Forecast Retail Sales of Hot Drinks by Category: Volume 2010-2015
29,334.3 32,404.2 35,832.0 39,724.8 44,114.0 49,181.7 11,678.0 12,087.5 12,490.6 12,891.6 13,286.7 13,671.7 11,450.5 12,792.1 14,234.7 15,779.5 17,427.0 19,102.2 52,462.8 57,283.8 62,557.3 68,395.9 74,827.8 81,955.6 Euromonitor International from trade associations, trade press, company research, trade interviews, trade sources Forecast Retail Sales of Hot Drinks by Category: Value 2010-2015
2,785.3 3,109.4 3,466.6 3,858.4 4,285.5 4,748.7 2,950.0 2,823.0 2,756.5 2,731.6 2,744.2 2,783.9 1,153.7 1,198.7 1,264.6 1,353.2 1,456.0 1,574.9 6,889.0 7,131.1 7,487.7 7,943.3 8,485.7 9,107.5 Euromonitor International from trade associations, trade press, company research, trade interviews, trade sources Forecast Retail Sales of Hot Drinks by Category: % Volume Growth 2010-2015
Euromonitor International from trade associations, trade press, company research, trade interviews, trade sources Forecast Retail Sales of Hot Drinks by Category: % Value Growth 2010-2015
Euromonitor International from trade associations, trade press, company research, trade interviews, trade sources Forecast Foodservice Sales of Hot Drinks by Category: Volume 2010-2015
37,472.5 39,336.3 41,132.5 42,843.6 44,453.2 45,946.8 3,615.0 3,958.4 4,314.6 4,681.4 5,055.9 5,435.1 964.5 1,036.9 1,109.4 1,181.6 1,252.5 1,321.3 42,052.0 44,331.5 46,556.6 48,706.5 50,761.5 52,703.2 Euromonitor International from trade associations, trade press, company research, trade interviews, trade sources Forecast Foodservice Sales of Hot Drinks by Category: % Volume Growth 2010-2015
Euromonitor International from trade associations, trade press, company research, trade interviews, trade sources Forecast Total Sales of Hot Drinks by Category: Total Volume 2010-2015
66,806.8 71,740.4 76,964.5 82,568.4 88,567.2 95,128.5 15,293.0 16,045.9 16,805.2 17,573.0 18,342.6 19,106.7 12,415.1 13,829.0 15,344.1 16,961.0 18,679.5 20,423.5 94,514.8 101,615.3 109,113.9 117,102.5 125,589.3 134,658.8 Euromonitor International from trade associations, trade press, company research, trade interviews, trade sources Forecast Total Sales of Hot Drinks by Category: % Total Volume Growth 2010-2015
Euromonitor International from trade associations, trade press, company research, trade interviews, trade sources
APPENDIX

Production Data
 Production data for fresh coffee beans, fresh tea leaves and ground tea are published annually by the General Statistics Office of Vietnam. Coffee production was expected to see some decline in 2009 and 2010 due to poor weather conditions and the re-cultivation of many coffee growing areas in the country. On the other hand, tea production saw stable growth over the review period and was expected to reach nearly 800,000 tons in 2009. Production of Hot Drinks by Sector 2005-2009
General Statistics Office of Vietnam
DEFINITIONS

This report analyses the market for Hot Drinks in Vietnam. For the purposes of the study, the market has been
defined as follows:
 Coffee  Tea  Other Hot Drinks Sources used during the research included the following: Summary 1
Research Sources
Ministry of Agriculture & Rural Development Vietnam Chamber of Commerce & Industry Ministry of Science & Technology for Agriculture & Rural Development

Source: http://www.gbvs.com.vn/Uploads/Nhan_dinh_dau_tu/Hot%20Drinks%20Vietnam%20Report_29032011_EI.pdf

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