UK: Russia, India buoys S&N

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 7 November 2006

Scottish & Newcastle, the UK's largest brewer, has seen its Eastern European venture and its business in Asia help the company deliver "robust" results for the third quarter.

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Scottish & Newcastle, the UK's largest brewer, has seen its Eastern European venture and its business in Asia help the company deliver "robust" results for the third quarter.

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