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The investment bank Credit Suisse First Boston (CSFB) has raised its price target for shares in Danish brewer Carlsberg by 15%.   A research note from the bank's analysts said: "On the back of our revisions to operating profit forecasts, our fair value for Carlsberg has gone from 330 crowns to 380 crowns."


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