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Heineken claims COVID-19 effects remain ‘volatile’ and ‘uncertain’

August 6, 2020
Food & Drink

Heineken claims the COVID-19 pandemic constitutes a “major negative macroeconomic development” that is having a “significant impact” on its markets and business in 2020.

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By: Michelle Perrett

Source: Food Manufacture

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