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US: Coke reports net loss of US$125m after accountancy change

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The world's largest soft drink maker, Coca-Cola Co, has reported a net loss of US$125m for the first quarter 2002 after the impact of new accounting rules, but earnings excluding items topped expectations, driven by good volume growth worldwide. The company reported income of US$863m a year earlier.


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