RUSSIA: Heineken to cut more jobs

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 5 October 2009

Heineken is to cut another 140 jobs in Russia by suspending brewing at its Ivan Taranov brewery in the country, as part of the firm's global cost savings programme.

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Heineken is to cut another 140 jobs in Russia by suspending brewing at its Ivan Taranov brewery in the country, as part of the firm's global cost savings programme.

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