FRANCE: Moët & Chandon chief warns of limited sales growth

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 30 July 2007

The president of Moët & Chandon expects serious supply issues to limit the Champagne house to single rather than double-digit sales growth in the short-term future.

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The president of Moët & Chandon expects serious supply issues to limit the Champagne house to single rather than double-digit sales growth in the short-term future.

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