UK: Greene King cheers beer profits growth in H1

By Chris Mercer | 1 December 2011

Greene King has reported higher sales and profits for its beer business in the first half of its fiscal year, helped by consumers seeking respite from gloomy economic news.

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Greene King has reported higher sales and profits for its beer business in the first half of its fiscal year, helped by consumers seeking respite from gloomy economic news.

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