Anheuser-Busch Inbev SA was incorporated in Belgium on August 2, 1977. It is a brewing company. The Company produces, markets, distributes and sells a balanced portfolio of over 200 beer and other malt beverage brands. These include brands like Budweiser, Corona (except in the United States) and Stella Artois; multi-country brands such as Beck's, Leffe and Hoegaarden; and many local brands such as Bud Light and Michelob Ultra in the United States, Corona Light, Modelo Especial, Modelo Light, Negra Modelo, Victoria and Pacifico in Mexico, Skol, Brahma and Antarctica in Brazil, Quilmes in Argentina, Jupiler in Belgium and the Netherlands, Hasseroder in Germany, Klinskoye and Sibirskaya Korona in Russia, Chernigivske in Ukraine, Harbin and Sedrin in China and Cass in South Korea. It also produces and distributes soft drinks, particularly in Latin America, and other near beer products, such as Lime-A-Rita and other Rita family products in the United States and MixxTail in China, Argentina and other countries. The Company has seven business segments: North America, Mexico, Latin America North, Latin America South, Europe, Asia Pacific and Global Export & Holding Companies. It competes against a mixture of national, regional, local and imported beer brands. In many countries in Latin America, it competes with local players and local beer brands. In North America, Brazil, and in other selected countries in Latin America, Europe and Asia Pacific, it competes with large international or regional brewers and international or regional brands. Its facilities in the United States are subject to federal, state and local environmental protection laws and regulations.