Argentina soft drinks market fizzing again
Recession held back the soft drinks industry in Argentina in 2002 but on the back of economic growth in 2003, the market is now recovering. In the first of two features on the market, Hope Lee of Euromonitor Interntational looks at the carbonated soft drinks sector, where growth has been spearheaded by low-calorie colas.
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