DENMARK: Carlsberg's input costs could drag next year - analyst

By James Wilmore | 8 November 2012

The recovering Russian market is a boost for Carlsberg, but there are still question marks over the brewer's input costs for next year, according to an analyst.

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The recovering Russian market is a boost for Carlsberg, but there are still question marks over the brewer's input costs for next year, according to an analyst.

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