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The effects of the bombings in Bali over the weekend continue to be felt by the Australasian bottler Coca-Cola Amatil, despite assurances they will not affect the company's earnings. Shares in CC Amatil fell today for a third straight session as the market continues to assess the implications of the terrorist attacks for its Indonesia business, which was already experiencing challenging market conditions prior to the weekend's events.


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