COMMENT: Greene King - one for the road
The pub chain and brewing group Greene King has managed to avoid the effects of a decline in beer consumption in pubs, posting significantly stronger 2004 results than most of its rivals. Storm clouds are on the horizon however, as a controversial relaxation of the licensing laws may yet have a perverse negative impact on on-trade players.
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