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30th January, 2020
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Guinness last year predicted sales growth of up to 4 per cent for 2020

Diageo releases its second-quarter results. In September, it predicted sales growth of up to 4 per cent for 2020, but warned that it was “not immune” to changes in global trade policies. It comes as the drinks giant deliberates over a developer for an urban quarter in Dublin’s Liberties. It plans to transform 12.6 acres of St James’s Gate, home of Guinness, with major residential, office and commercial developments....

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