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UKRAINE: The Ukraine up beer production by 27% in 2000

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The Ukraine expects to produce 27% more beer in 2000 compared to last year, according to the latest research figures from Ukrpivo, a body of nearly 40 beer and soft drink producers.

The Republic's brewers are expected to output 1.06-1.07 billion litres of beer this year against 840 million in 1999. In the first 11 months of 2000 the volume reached 1 billion litres of beer.

IN 2001 production will again leap, this time by 19% to 1.26bn litres. A leading beer analyst said: "In the near future, The Ukraine's beer sector could return to beer output levels not seen since 1985's record high of 1.47bn litres."

Ukrpivo was established in order to conduct coordinated technical policy and marketing operations. Members of the association produced 698m litres between January and November this year or 70% of The Ukraine's beer market.


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