UPDATE - RUSSIA: Beer remains core focus for Baltika

By Michelle Russell | 15 April 2010

Carlsberg-owned Baltika Breweries has said that beer will remain its core business, despite its plans to launch a new water product in Russia later this month.

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Carlsberg-owned Baltika Breweries has said that beer will remain its core business, despite its plans to launch a new water product in Russia later this month.

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