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Canadian brewing group, Molson Inc., is to extend its Project 100 cost-reduction initiative to its Brazilian brewing subsidiary, Kaiser. The company plans to cut costs by BR100m (US$41m) a year over the next three years. The Project 100 initiative in Canada undertaken in 1999 saved the brewer C$100m in annual costs.


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