CZECH REP: Plzensky Prazdroj profits up as exports improve

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 6 June 2007

The SABMiller subsidiary Plzensky Prazdroj saw a 2.6% rise in net profit last year, on the back of a 6.4% rise in revenues, it was reported today.

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The SABMiller subsidiary Plzensky Prazdroj saw a 2.6% rise in net profit last year, on the back of a 6.4% rise in revenues, it was reported today.

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