CANADA: Good cheer for Molson investors as growth on horizon
Molson shareholders were given good tidings at an annual shareholders meeting in Montreal, where it was reported that the Canadian beer giant made profits of C$133.9m (US$88.1m) for the year ended in March, compared to a loss of C$44m last year. The brewery claimed that as a result, its share price has increased by 88%, which it says is higher than any other major brewer worldwide.
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