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Shareholders in Sydney are keeping a close eye on Coca-Cola Amatil boss David Kennedy after a string of rumours reporting an imminent sale of the company's Asian operations. Kennedy was in New York last week at a Morgan Stanley conference where he rubbed shoulders with Coke's number two man in Atlanta, Jack Stahl.


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