INDIA/UK: Whyte & Mackay silent on United Spirits stake sale report

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 10 February 2009

Whyte & Mackay has declined to comment on reports claiming that its owner, United Spirits, is considering selling off up to 49% of its stake in the Scotch whisky company.

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Whyte & Mackay has declined to comment on reports claiming that its owner, United Spirits, is considering selling off up to 49% of its stake in the Scotch whisky company.

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