Positive, despite deposit

By Soft Drinks International | 29 June 2004

In spite of the negative impact of the introduction of a controversial packaging deposit scheme, Germany's soft drinks market remains one of the most dynamic areas of the country's economy. Ute Ballay reports.

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In spite of the negative impact of the introduction of a controversial packaging deposit scheme, Germany's soft drinks market remains one of the most dynamic areas of the country's economy. Ute Ballay reports.

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