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Japan's third largest beer maker, Sapporo Breweries Ltd, has tripled its profits in 2001, it reported today. The increase was helped by improving profit margins and strong sales of low-malt brands. Net profits were Y4.39 billion (US$32.71m) for 2001, a rise of 237% from a year earlier.


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