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In Brief: Scotch whisky boost

In Brief: Scotch whisky boost

GLENMORANGIE aims to double its Cambodia sales of single-malt scotch every year over the "coming few years", Chief Executive Paul Neep said Friday evening at a tasting event at NagaWorld in Phnom Penh. He refused to disclose sales figures, citing "commercial sensitivity". Neep said the market for single-malt scotch was largely untapped in Cambodia, where blended whiskies dominate. He said the company - which distributes through Attwood Import Export Co in Cambodia - would focus on supplying hotels, restaurants and karaoke bars in an attempt to reach "opinion formers".


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