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HOLLAND: Heineken to take €190m charge on Kaiser

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The Dutch brewer Heineken said today that it has decided to take an impairment charge of €190m on its 20%-minority stake in the Brazilian Brewery Company Cervejarias Kaiser, reducing the carrying value of its investment to zero.


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