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TURKEY: Kristal Kola in the black in 2002

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The Turkish soft drinks group, Kristal Kola, registered a net profit of TL585.1 billion (US$358,000/€333,000) for 2002, against a net loss of TL376.3 billion (US$230,000/€214,000) for 2001.

The company operates four production plants in Turkey and sells to some 300,000 outlets.


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