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David Moritz

Brexit: “Scots need to drink more Scotch”

01 Jul 2016 | By Jo Gilbert

A leading figure in global spirits branding has issued some advice to ensure the future prosperity of the Scotch whisky industry in a post-referendum market – to drink more Scotch domestically.

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Jerry Lockspeiser

Jerry Lockspeiser: Act now before it's too late

17 Jun 2016 | By Jerry Lockspeiser

It was a glorious event. The Stade de France a sea of Polish and German colour- red and white scarves held aloft by their thousands, black and white shirts everywhere you looked. Crazy hats, painted faces, couples framed by a huge heart kissing on the giant screen.

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This week

The Week That Was: Top news, Q&As and analysis on Harpers.co.uk

01 Jul 2016 | By Erin Smith

In case you missed some of the headlines this week on harpers.co.uk, we have done a review of the top online news, financial news for the drinks trade, Q&As, and opinion stories.

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Denis O’Flynn

Pernod Ricard UK MD announces departure

28 Jun 2016 | By Erin Smith

Pernod Ricard UK managing director, Denis O’Flynn, has announced he will be leaving the group at the end of September.

Diageo flagship brands, Johnnie Walker

Major work to be done in Diageo’s emerging markets

06 Jun 2016 | By Jo Gilbert

Leading drinks producer Diageo has dropped its previous objective of obtaining 50% of its revenues from emerging markets by 2015 due to flagging growth in key emerging markets.

Pernod Ricard

Dip in Q3 sales at Pernod Ricard

21 Apr 2016 | By Jo Gilbert

Growth for the third quarter of the fiscal year at Pernod Ricard is down 3% due to shrinking demand in China and an earlier Chinese New Year.

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