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CZECH REPUBLIC: Krusovice back in the black

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Czech brewer, Kralovsky pivovar Krusovice, registered a CKr600,000 profit for 2001, the first time it has recorded a profit for six years. The company said the sustained losses were due principally to the accelerated depreciation of CKr2.2 billion in investment.


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