FRANCE: Interbrew to file complaint (report)

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 14 August 2003

According to a report in the French newspaper, Les Echos, the Belgian brewer, Interbrew, is to file a complaint against the dominant position of Heineken and S&N-owned Kronenbourg in the French beer market.

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According to a report in the French newspaper, Les Echos, the Belgian brewer, Interbrew, is to file a complaint against the dominant position of Heineken and S&N-owned Kronenbourg in the French beer market.

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