LONDON — Autogrill, which owns travel-retail businesses including World Duty Free, said Wednesday it expects its revenues to grow by almost 7 percent on average annually through 2010.
Its sales in 2008 are expected to hit 5.78 billion euros, or $9.15 billion at current exchange, according to the firm’s three-year business plan. Revenues are expected to come in at 6.23 billion euros, or $9.86 billion, in 2009 and 6.6 billion euros, or $10.45 billion, in 2010.
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