Pernod Ricard has reported net sales of €8.57bn for the full year ended 30 June 2013, up 4% or organic growth of €319m, compared to the net sales of €8.21bn during the same period in 2012.

Of the €8.57bn sales, €5.06bn came from mature markets, while €3.51bn came from emerging markets.

Despite slowdown in the second half of the year, the emerging markets maintained double digit growth of 10%.

The mature markets were stable with strong growth of 8% in the US.

Growth in French and Spanish markets declined.

Consolidated sales for the fourth quarter (Q4) of 2012/13 totalled €1.92bn, organic growth of 5%, as against the values during the comparable period in 2011/12.

Net profit for the year 2012/13 was €1.20bn, up 3%, compared to net profit of €1.17bn for the same period in 2011/12.

Commenting on the results, Pernod Ricard vice chairman and CEO Pierre Pringuet said despite a less buoyant environment than that of last year, they achieved guidance.

"Our global and balanced exposure to emerging and mature markets will allow us to seize all opportunities," Pringuet added.

"We therefore remain confident in our ability to pursue our growth."