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Heineken chief Jean-François van Boxmeer said today (21 February) that the brewer would look to make additional cost savings of some EUR90m (US$118m) over the next two years to offset inflation. Van Boxmeer, the Dutch brewing giant's chairman and CEO, was speaking as the brewer reported an 11% rise in underlying profits for 2006.


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