Beer faces up to the Russian bear

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 28 July 2003

Outstanding growth has characterised the Russian beer market for a number of years now, but the numbers are starting to slow. Many believe acquisitions are needed to sustain the investments made by the multinationals, though as Mark Rowe discovers not all are convinced this is the correct path to follow.

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Outstanding growth has characterised the Russian beer market for a number of years now, but the numbers are starting to slow. Many believe acquisitions are needed to sustain the investments made by the multinationals, though as Mark Rowe discovers not all are convinced this is the correct path to follow.

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