CZECH REPUBLIC: Spirits sales slip as consumers trade down

By Lubomír Sedlák | 17 July 2009

Consumers in Czech Republic are buying less expensive spirits and drinking more at home due to the recession, according to the country's second biggest distiller.

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Consumers in Czech Republic are buying less expensive spirits and drinking more at home due to the recession, according to the country's second biggest distiller.

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