Comment - Remy Cointreau Sitting Pretty

By Chris Mercer | 29 November 2011

With China continuing to guzzle premium Cognac and debt levels enviably low, Remy Cointreau's main dilemma looks to be whether to acquire something or deliver value to shareholders by buying back shares.

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With China continuing to guzzle premium Cognac and debt levels enviably low, Remy Cointreau's main dilemma looks to be whether to acquire something or deliver value to shareholders by buying back shares.

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