CHILE: Own-label producers flouting law say bottling giants

By Eric Martin | 15 January 2002

Chile's National Drink Bottlers Association (Anber) is warning generic and B-brand beverage companies to make sure that they play by the rules of fair trade. Anber president Renato Ramirez said at a press conference that growing competition from these companies is "welcomed, but only under equal conditions."  Ramirez is also general manager of the Andina bottling company, Chile's largest bottler.

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Chile's National Drink Bottlers Association (Anber) is warning generic and B-brand beverage companies to make sure that they play by the rules of fair trade. Anber president Renato Ramirez said at a press conference that growing competition from these companies is "welcomed, but only under equal conditions."  Ramirez is also general manager of the Andina bottling company, Chile's largest bottler.

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