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Scottish & Newcastle's half-year results were respectable, if not outstanding, but many analysts remain unimpressed by the brewer's prospects. Olly Wehring met with the company's chief executive, Tony Froggatt, who is candid about S&N's problems but equally confident in its ability to solve them.


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