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Coca Cola has chosen South Africa as the battle ground for its fight against the soaring cost of food, urging local "sugar barons" to reduce their prices by 24%, but the sugar industry has hit back, claiming it was a victim of an over-regulated international industry. Arnold Kirkby looks at this "bitter-sweet" battle at the foot of Africa.


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