Nestle may fetch $8 billion to $10 billion for the assets and the company would prefer to sell the unit as a whole.
The move is part of ChemChina’s strategic review of the group’s overseas investments.
A listing could give AB InBev’s Asian business a value ranging from $40 billion to $70 billion based on early estimates.
The world’s largest brewer has been looking to reduce borrowings following its purchase of SABMiller Plc for more than $100 billion in 2016.
While SoftBank still holds an equity stake in Nvidia, it has reportedly constructed a so-called collar trade of about $6 billion, which allows investors to amass stakes while protecting themselves against a decline in stock prices.
The Israeli tech firm may sell its entire business or offload regional operations outside of its home market. It may also weigh a listing, partnership or sale of a minority stake to raise capital.
Tencent, China’s largest social-media company, is considering joining the consortium led by Anta Sports Products Ltd as a minority investor.
Warburg Pincus and General Atlantic own a combined 49 percent stake in Network International.
Last month, the company announced a partnership with Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd to offer “triple play” services.
The company is exploring options such as selling a minority stake or finding a strategic partner for the business.