Heineken posted on Monday robust earnings within the first half of the 12 months as nations lifted Covid restrictions, however the pandemic continues to have an effect on the Dutch brewer in key markets.
Internet revenue rose to at least one billion euros ($1.2 billion) within the first six months of 2021 after the corporate suffered 297 million euros in losses throughout the identical interval final 12 months.
However Heineken stated it expects its full-year monetary outcomes to stay under pre-pandemic ranges.
“We’re happy to report a robust set of outcomes for the primary half 12 months, while the pandemic continues to affect the world and our enterprise,” Heineken chief govt Dolf van den Brink stated in a press release.
“But there’s purpose for warning too,” van den Brink stated.
Covid continues to have an effect in Asia and Africa, two key areas for the brewer, whereas rising commodity prices will begin affecting Heineken within the second half, he stated.
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