INDIA: Coke slams state bans

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 10 August 2006

Coca-Cola Co. has slammed moves by state governments in India to ban the sale of its soft drinks and has insisted that its products meet the world's most stringent safety standards.

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Coca-Cola Co. has slammed moves by state governments in India to ban the sale of its soft drinks and has insisted that its products meet the world's most stringent safety standards.

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