UK: Remy Cointreau drops William Grant's First Drinks to go it alone in UK

By Olly Wehring | 10 December 2013

Remy Cointreau is set to call time on its UK sales, marketing and distribution tie-up with William Grant & Sons' First Drinks unit in the country.

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Remy Cointreau is set to call time on its UK sales, marketing and distribution tie-up with William Grant & Sons' First Drinks unit in the country.

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