LATIN AMERICA: Diageo to see five-year sales surge - analyst

By Andy Morton | 8 November 2012

Diageo looks set to boost its sales in Latin America by 75% over the next five years as its Scotch portfolio taps into the region's burgeoning middle-class, according to an analyst.

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Diageo looks set to boost its sales in Latin America by 75% over the next five years as its Scotch portfolio taps into the region's burgeoning middle-class, according to an analyst.

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