CZECH REPUBLIC: Heineken brewers to merge

By Lubomír Sedlák | 25 March 2009

Krusovice and Starobrno, two of the three Heineken-owned brewers in Czech Republic, are to merge on 1 June.

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Krusovice and Starobrno, two of the three Heineken-owned brewers in Czech Republic, are to merge on 1 June.

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