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The Brits, it seems, have been coming to the US ever since Paul Revere warned the people of Massachusetts that an army was about to stop the American Revolution; they didn't. Neither have the Brits conquered Hollywood in the manner so often declared at Oscar time. So, can they secure a foothold in the US when it comes to soft drinks? Annette Farr thinks yes. And no.


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