RUSSIA: Central European Distribution Corporation on even keel - Russian Standard

By Andy Morton | 11 November 2013

Russian Standard has told just-drinks it has "stabilised" its recent acquisition Central European Distribution Corporation and will not cut jobs at the Zubrówka vodka maker for the foreseeable future.

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Russian Standard has told just-drinks it has "stabilised" its recent acquisition Central European Distribution Corporation and will not cut jobs at the Zubrówka vodka maker for the foreseeable future.

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