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Canada's Sleeman Breweries witnessed its profit dive 56% in the second quarter, the result of a readjustment to the company's earnings following a one-time gain in the period last year. Profits were C$2m or 13 cents a share, compared with C$4.6m in the same period in 2002, which was boosted by the one-off sale of the Canadian rights to Beck's products.


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