INDIA: United Spirits volumes to grow strongly in 09 - president

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 24 April 2009

India's United Spirits expects its volume sales to grow by 17% this year, despite the global economic downturn, company president Vijay Rekhi has told just-drinks.

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India's United Spirits expects its volume sales to grow by 17% this year, despite the global economic downturn, company president Vijay Rekhi has told just-drinks.

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