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The Czech brewer, Rodinny Pivovar Bernard, reported first half profits of CKR4.9m, up some 73% from the corresponding period last year. Sales at the company, which is 50%-owned by the Belgian brewing group, Duval Moortgat, rose by 7.9% to CKR51.6m.


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