AUSTRALIA: Coopers' profit running at a premium
Australia's small family brewing company Coopers has about 2.6% of the national beer market overall but has surged to 15% of premium brands, according to managing director Dr. Tim Cooper.
This underpinned a profit rise to A$9.48m (US$7.25m) for 2003/04, a rise of 5.3% against 02/03.
Cooper said annual production was forecast to reach 44m litres by March this year.
Sectors: Beer & cider
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