CZECH: Record exports lift Budejovicky Budvar FY sales

By Chris Mercer | 4 January 2012

Budejovický Budvar has reported a 5% rise in beer sales by volume in 2011, driven by record exports.

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Budejovický Budvar has reported a 5% rise in beer sales by volume in 2011, driven by record exports.

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