NETHERLANDS: Heineken “will participate” in consolidation - CEO

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 30 November 2009

The head of Heineken has predicted that consolidation will continue in the global brewing industry going forward, and that the company "will participate".

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The head of Heineken has predicted that consolidation will continue in the global brewing industry going forward, and that the company "will participate".

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