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Anne Brockhoff Constellation Brands plans to raise the price of Corona beer during the first quarter of fiscal 2003 in a bid to boost the premium consumers pay for imports. The increase will affect off-premise sales only and is likely to be no more than 5%, chief executive Richard Sands told investors on a conference call.


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