UPDATE: DENMARK: Heineken, Royal Unibrew extend Danish link-up

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 13 April 2007

Heineken is heralding the move from exporting its beer to Denmark to brewing under license as an optimistic signal for sales in the country.

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Heineken is heralding the move from exporting its beer to Denmark to brewing under license as an optimistic signal for sales in the country.

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