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Coca-Cola Enterprises, the US-based soft drink bottler, announced yesterday in a filing to US regulators that it intends to sell up to US$3.5 billion worth of senior debt securities, warrants to purchase senior debt securities and currency warrants. The sales will be made over a period of time.


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