Soft drinks company A G Barr's pension schemes have turned their £5.9m deficit into a £2.1m surplus under IAS19 over the last year.
The firm, which produces drinks such as Irn-Bru, Tizer and Orangina, said £4.2m of employee and company contributions and a better than expected return on investment were behind the improved figures. ...
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