BOSNIA: Banjalucka Pivara's H1 losses extend
Bosnia's largest brewer Banjalucka Pivara has reported a huge increase in its first half losses.
The brewer, which is based in the Serbian side of the country, yesterday (21 August) reported a first-half loss of BAM5.7m (US$3.7m). In the same period a year ago, the company posted a loss of BAM455,117. First half revenues totalled BAM12.5m, down from BAM15.8m.
In December, London-based Altima Partners LLP bought the state-owned stake of 53.81% in the brewery for BAM23m.
Sectors: Beer & cider
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