Comment: Diageo's Walsh to Scotch UK deficit with food exports

By Chris Mercer | 14 August 2012

Can Diageo CEO Paul Walsh sprinkle some Scotch whisky magic on UK food and drink exports in his new role as UK business ambassador? Chris Mercer thinks so.

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Can Diageo CEO Paul Walsh sprinkle some Scotch whisky magic on UK food and drink exports in his new role as UK business ambassador? Chris Mercer thinks so.

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