THE NETHERLANDS: Heineken reiterates forcasts despite pension costs
The Dutch brewer Heineken has reiterated its profit forecast for 2002, despite the announcing it would incur an additional provision for pension costs of €13m chargeable to the operating results of the year 2002. Reiterating a forecast it made back in September, the company said net profit was expected to increase 11% for the full year 2002.
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