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Nestle SA and Coca-Cola have both denied reports that they plan a joint venture in the bottled water business. Speculation rose from an analyst's report, which suggested that Nestle SA and Coca-Cola were considering whether to form a joint venture in the water business, costing about $2 billion.


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