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NORWAY: Vinmonopolet sales up 11.5%

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The Norwegian state-owned drinks retailer, Vinmonopolet, posted an 11.5% rise in sales in November in comparison with the year before. The sales increase was attributed to a sharp rise in sales of low-alcohol drinks targeted at younger drinkers. Wine sales were reported to be up by 6.3%.


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