GLOBAL: SABMiller beer volumes drop in Q1

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 22 July 2010

SABMiller has reported a drop in like-for-like beer sales by volume in its fiscal first quarter, as gains from the World Cup, Africa and Asia failed to outweigh lower demand in Eastern Europe and the US.

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SABMiller has reported a drop in like-for-like beer sales by volume in its fiscal first quarter, as gains from the World Cup, Africa and Asia failed to outweigh lower demand in Eastern Europe and the US.

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