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MEXICO: Mexican soft drink sales to increase 5%

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Soft drinks appear to be one of the last products Mexican households give up in tough economic times. In spite of the generalized slowdown in the Mexican economy, a recently published Standard and Poors report projects that soft drink sales will increase an average of 4% to 5% per annum through this decade.


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