ITALY: Campari forecasts 30% sales growth
Italian drinks group, Campari, is forecasting 30% sales growth for 2002. That would boost turnover at the company to around €640m. Last year, sales at Campari rose by 13.9% to €494.3m. Acquisitions have played a significant part in Campari's growth. Recent purchases include the Italian spirits company, Zedda Piras, which owns a 67% stake in the Sardinian wine group, Sella & Mosca, and a 50% stake in the US premium vodka company, Skyy Spirits.
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