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Coca-Cola in $1.2bn Argentinian investment

Coca-Cola plans to invest $1.2 billion in Argentina during the next three years in order to expand the production of soft drinks. The investment is in addition to a $1bn investment in 2016, which expanded the company’s bottling and distribution operations in the South American nation through the construction of a bottling plant in the north…

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