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Scotch whisky producer, Glenmorangie, posted turnover of £58.7m for the year to the end of March 2002, up 12.4% from the 2001 figure of £52.2m. Pre-tax profit rose by 12.8% from £7.35m to £8.29m. Operating profit rose by 4.5% to £10.35m.


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