ITALY: Campari forecasts 10% sales gain

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 13 December 2002

Italian drinks group, Campari, has said it is forecasting an increase in turnover for 2003 of between 9% and 10%. The company also said it expected its 2002 profits to be on a par with 2001 levels.

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Italian drinks group, Campari, has said it is forecasting an increase in turnover for 2003 of between 9% and 10%. The company also said it expected its 2002 profits to be on a par with 2001 levels.

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