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NORWAY: Sales on the up again at Vinmonopolet

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The Norwegian state-owned alcohol retail monopoly, Vinmonopolet, has reported an increase in sales for the first time in years. Sales so far this year are up by 11.1%, representing a significant recovery given that sales had been falling since the early-1980s. Vinmonopolet has attributed the increase to the opening of new shops, lower prices and the introduction of more lower strength spirits brands.


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