just On Call - Molson Coors struggles with weak demand

By Chris Mercer | 3 May 2011

Weak demand for beer in Molson Coors' key markets has blighted an increase in net sales and operating profits for the brewer in its latest quarter.

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Weak demand for beer in Molson Coors' key markets has blighted an increase in net sales and operating profits for the brewer in its latest quarter.

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