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According to Brazilian press reports, the country's Ministry Of Finance has asked the nation's top regulator to look into a contract between AmBev, Brazil's biggest drinks producer and Pepsico to distribute Gatorade. According to O Estado de S. Paulo, the measure could mean that AmBEv and Pepsi put on hold their agreement for the Brazilian company to distribute the sports drink.


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