just On Call - Carlsberg "not behaving like market leader" in Russia - Heineken

By Olly Wehring | 18 April 2012

The CFO of Heineken has taken another pot-shot at rival Carlsberg, claiming the Denmark-based brewer is not behaving like a market leader in the Russian beer market.

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The CFO of Heineken has taken another pot-shot at rival Carlsberg, claiming the Denmark-based brewer is not behaving like a market leader in the Russian beer market.

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