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The Coca-Cola Company is facing a potentially damaging spat with one of its largest bottlers. Earlier this week, Mexico's Coca-Cola Femsa said that the Coca-Cola Company had informed it that in a three-year period, it will gradually increase concentrate prices for carbonated soft drinks in Mexico and Brazil.


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