Comment - Beer sales running dry

By Chris Mercer | 23 February 2010

Recession has made falling demand for beer more pronounced in western markets and we can expect more cost cutting in 2010.

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Recession has made falling demand for beer more pronounced in western markets and we can expect more cost cutting in 2010.

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