Analysis - Spirits wholesalers in US check their optimism - survey

By Olly Wehring | 3 May 2013

The number of spirits wholesalers in the US who are optimistic about the future has fallen in the last three months, according to a recent survey.

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The number of spirits wholesalers in the US who are optimistic about the future has fallen in the last three months, according to a recent survey.

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