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Brazilian brewer Brahma is expecting to maintain its sales level in Venezuela in 2003, despite the country's political and economic crisis, Executive Director Luiz Franciss said. The brewer sold an overall total of 130m litres in Venezuela in 2002, and was the country's third largest brewer (after Polar and Regional) with a 10% market share nationally and a 19.7% share in the capital Caracas.


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