HOLLAND: Heineken on course in 2004, says CEO
Heineken is on course for further organic profit growth going forward, according to the company's chief executive. Speaking at the company's annual shareholder meeting yesterday, Anthony Ruys reiterated that he sees organic growth this year.
Ruys warned, however, that the Dutch brewer's earnings this year remain under pressure from negative currency effects. "The negative currency effects can't have been fully compensated by the positive effects from acquisitions in 2004," he said. Heineken has already warned that it expects its profit after tax but before goodwill will fall this year due to currency fluctuations.
Dutch brewer Heineken is rumored to have released a self-chilling beer can....
ING has raised its target for Heineken's share price after analysing the brewer's options to save costs....
Heineken's CEO-in-waiting has no plan to radically alter the brewer's strategy, he said in an interview today....
Heineken has restructured its top management, in a move that includes the retirement of current CEO and chairman Thony Ruys from October this year....
Heineken said yesterday that its Austrian subsidiary Brau Union AG has signed an agreement for the divestment of its Real Estate Division. This division comprises all non-business related real estate ...
Heineken has acquired a 40% stake in a Chinese brewery....
Heineken Espana is looking to invest heavily in a new plant in southern Spain....
Grupo Empresarial Bavaria is not looking to sell up, its president has confirmed....
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