FRANCE: Coca-Cola Co suspends investment on tax hike

By Stuart Todd | 8 September 2011

Coca Cola France has suspended a planned EUR17m (US$24m) investment in France following the government's decision to hike value added tax on added-sugar soft drinks.

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Coca Cola France has suspended a planned EUR17m (US$24m) investment in France following the government's decision to hike value added tax on added-sugar soft drinks.

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