ZIMBABWE: Calmer waters help Delta Corp to flourish in H1

By Chris Mercer | 10 November 2011

Zimbabwe's biggest brewer and soft drinks producer, Delta Corp, has capitalised on the country's more stable economy to increase net sales and profits in the first half of its fiscal year.

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Zimbabwe's biggest brewer and soft drinks producer, Delta Corp, has capitalised on the country's more stable economy to increase net sales and profits in the first half of its fiscal year.

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