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Analysis - Where next for Coca-Cola Co and its softening attitude to beer firms?

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SABMiller CEO Alan Clark was very happy last week to talk about the future of Coca-Cola Beverages Africa, the bottler his firm is setting up with The Coca-Cola Co. He was predictably more tight-lipped when asked if the partnership lays the groundwork for further bottler purchases, in Africa or other emerging markets such as South America.


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