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Coca-Cola HBC, the second largest bottler of Coca-Cola products, has today announced that it has acquired all of the Coca-Cola Company-owned bottling operations in Russia, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, including operations in Moscow, St Petersburg, Central Russia, the Russian Far East and Coca-Cola Molino Beverages Ltd.


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