UK: Pernod refuses to rule out Glenmorangie buy

By Chris Brook-Carter | 24 September 2004

The French drinks group Pernod Ricard yesterday refused to rule itself out of the running to acquire the Scotch whisky company Glenmorangie, which was put up for sale by it owners earlier this month.

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The French drinks group Pernod Ricard yesterday refused to rule itself out of the running to acquire the Scotch whisky company Glenmorangie, which was put up for sale by it owners earlier this month.

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