EDINBURGH Scotland Exports of Scottish whisky were up all around the world in 2007, making the year a anner one for the industry, according to the Scotch Whisky Association, based here. In fact, export sales were so successful, the organization estimates the United Kingdom added £90 to its balance of trade every second of 2007, all as a result of whisky exports. Rising a cumulative total of 8 percent, or roughtly 1.14 million bottles, exports of Scotch whisky grew in value in every ...
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