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Despite lower volume growth in the US and Spain, The Pepsi Bottling Group today reported its 15th consecutive quarter of double digit earnings growth. The group said diluted earnings per share were at $0.61 for the third quarter ending September 7, 2002, compared to EPS of $0.55 per share in the third quarter 2001.


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