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Lockdown easing aids Coca-Cola sales

The Coca-Cola Company posted better-than-expected first quarter sales for 2021 after experiencing recovery in markets where coronavirus-related uncertainty has eased. Net revenue for the quarter grew 5 per cent to $9 billion, compared with the first three months of 2020, while organic revenue (non-GAAP (generally accepted accounting principles)) rose by 6 per cent. Coca-Cola said…

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