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Interbrew UK, subsidiary of Interbrew, the world's second-largest brewer, hopes to see the UK beer market return to positive growth by 2006, according to managing director Stewart Gilliland. Figures released by the company yesterday showed that the value of the beer category once again fell last year, with retail sales worth £14,367m in 2000, down 1% on 1999.


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