FRANCE: Red Bull gets French green light, with caveats

By Sophie Kevany | 20 May 2008

Red Bull has finally been granted the right to sell its energy drink of the same name in France, after a 10-year ban.

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Red Bull has finally been granted the right to sell its energy drink of the same name in France, after a 10-year ban.

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