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CZECH REPUBLIC: First half profit up 12% at Louny

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The Czech brewer, Pivovar Louny, posted first half profits of CKR13.07m, up 11.7% from last year. Sales rose by 4.7% to CKR108.37m. The company reported that volumes had risen by 5.47% to 124,090 hls.


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