UK: Distillers confident despite Scotch whisky exports fall

By Chris Mercer | 22 April 2009

Export volumes of Scotch whisky are predicted to have fallen by almost 2% in 2008, according to preliminary figures, but distillers at this week's World Whiskies Conference remained optimistic about investment in the sector.

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Export volumes of Scotch whisky are predicted to have fallen by almost 2% in 2008, according to preliminary figures, but distillers at this week's World Whiskies Conference remained optimistic about investment in the sector.

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