GLOBAL: Carlsberg FY profits drop on higher sales, seeks Baltika deal

By Chris Mercer | 20 February 2012

Carlsberg is seeking full ownership of its Russian subsidiary, Baltika Breweries, after a weaker-than-expected performance in the country dragged down the global brewer's full-year profits.

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Carlsberg is seeking full ownership of its Russian subsidiary, Baltika Breweries, after a weaker-than-expected performance in the country dragged down the global brewer's full-year profits.

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