FRANCE: Coke chief insists CSDs will bounce back

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 22 June 2006

Coca-Cola Co. chief executive Neville Isdell said today (22 June) that there was still growth to be had from the carbonated soft drinks segment - and not just from emerging markets.

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Coca-Cola Co. chief executive Neville Isdell said today (22 June) that there was still growth to be had from the carbonated soft drinks segment - and not just from emerging markets.

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