US: Coca-Cola Enterprises exceeds expectations in 2002
The world's largest soft drinks bottler Coca-Cola Enterprises has seen new products and price rises help turn in a strong increase in profits for the fourth quarter, helping the company beat expectations for the full year. The success of Vanilla Coke was partly attributed to the success but so were price increases of 3.5% in the quarter.
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