CUBA: Pernod Ricard, Bacardi Havana Club row rumbles on

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 26 February 2009

The chief of Havana Club International, Pernod Ricard's joint venture with the Cuban government, has said that there is still no end in sight in the company's long-running legal row with Bacardi.

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The chief of Havana Club International, Pernod Ricard's joint venture with the Cuban government, has said that there is still no end in sight in the company's long-running legal row with Bacardi.

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