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Artikel

1 Jun 2004

Autor:
Coca-Cola

The Coca-Cola Company addresses allegations made about our business in India

The Coca-Cola operation in India has been the subject of a variety of erroneous allegations recently and this [statement] is intended to clarify the facts regarding our business there.

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