EUROPE: Heineken, Carlsberg to get Euros boost - analyst

By James Wilmore | 21 June 2012

Heineken and Carlsberg will get a short-term boost from many of its larger European markets having teams in the knock-out stages of the European football championships, an analyst has forecast.

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Heineken and Carlsberg will get a short-term boost from many of its larger European markets having teams in the knock-out stages of the European football championships, an analyst has forecast.

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