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Coca-Cola bottling plants have been ordered to close for two days in Venezuela by the country's tax agency.

The order comes as a penalty for allegedly failing to follow tax rules.

There are four Coca-Cola bottling plants in the country, controlled by the Mexican-based Coca-Cola Femsa.

The company is in trouble for allegedly failing to issue receipts for its sales and keep its books in order, a tax agency official was quoted saying.


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