Comment - Heineken hit hardest by Russia's beer tax hike

By Chris Mercer | 18 August 2010

Heineken has emerged as the immediate loser from Russia's three-fold tax rise on beer and is expected to report market share decline in its half-year results next week.

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Heineken has emerged as the immediate loser from Russia's three-fold tax rise on beer and is expected to report market share decline in its half-year results next week.

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