INDIA: United Spirits to sell stake in Pioneer Distilleries

By James Wilmore | 22 October 2012

United Spirits is set to sell around a 7% stake in its subsidiary Pioneer Distilleries through a one-day sale tomorrow (23 October).

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United Spirits is set to sell around a 7% stake in its subsidiary Pioneer Distilleries through a one-day sale tomorrow (23 October).

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