The optimism of the Rémy Cointreau Group despite declining results

The French luxury wines and spirits group Rémy Cointreau today announced a decline in its overall half-year results, heavily impacted by the global pandemic, but is optimistic and confident about the year 2021 ahead.


Affected by the global pandemic, the Rémy Cointreau Group today unveiled global results that are down sharply, but which have remained under strict control at the marketing level and within the structure.


Owners of international brands such as Rémy Martin, Louis XIII and J.R. Brillet, Remy Cointreau posted a net profit of €65.2 million between January and September, down 23%.



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