INDIA: Weak Q3 hampers United Spirits nine-month performance

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 23 January 2012

United Spirits has seen weak third-quarter trading take the shine off a rise in sales and profits for the first nine months of its fiscal year.

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United Spirits has seen weak third-quarter trading take the shine off a rise in sales and profits for the first nine months of its fiscal year.

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