GLOBAL: Drinks companies support travel retail campaign

By Joe Bates | 30 November 2006

Diageo, Bacardi and Pernod Ricard have pledged separate contributions totalling EUR120,000 to a campaign fund set up by the European Travel Retail Confederation (ETRC) to tackle the threat posed by new EU security rules to sales of duty-free liquids.

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Diageo, Bacardi and Pernod Ricard have pledged separate contributions totalling EUR120,000 to a campaign fund set up by the European Travel Retail Confederation (ETRC) to tackle the threat posed by new EU security rules to sales of duty-free liquids.

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