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ARGENTINA: Andina sales down in first quarter

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Sales at Andina, the Argentinian Coca-Cola bottler, declined by 20% in the first quarter of 2002, the company has reported. Andina said the slowdown would mean a reduction in investment this year but it still planned to invest $5m in the Argentinian market.

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