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June 30, 1999 | GREG JOHNSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Trucks carrying Coca-Cola Co. products to market today will resume deliveries in Belgium and Luxembourg, ending one chapter in the recent health scare that eventually spread to a handful of other European markets.
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July 24, 1999 | Associated Press
PepsiCo Inc. has acknowledged filing the complaint that prompted a European investigation of charges that Coca-Cola Co. is illegally trying to force competitors out of the market. While Pepsi refrained from beating up on its rival during Coke's recent contamination scare in Belgium, analysts say the No. 2 soft drink maker is trying to gain a competitive edge by distracting Coke with regulatory and legal challenges.
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BUSINESS
July 24, 1999 | Associated Press
PepsiCo Inc. has acknowledged filing the complaint that prompted a European investigation of charges that Coca-Cola Co. is illegally trying to force competitors out of the market. While Pepsi refrained from beating up on its rival during Coke's recent contamination scare in Belgium, analysts say the No. 2 soft drink maker is trying to gain a competitive edge by distracting Coke with regulatory and legal challenges.
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July 22, 1999 | Associated Press
European Commission inspectors have raided Coca-Cola offices in four European countries in a probe to determine whether the world's largest soft drink company is abusing its dominant position in the market by offering incentives to retailers to increase sales, carry the full range of Coke products or to stop selling competitors' drinks, the Financial Times reported.
BUSINESS
June 22, 1999 | From Associated Press
As top executives lobbied to lift a ban on sales of Coca-Cola Co.'s major soft drinks, the European Union on Monday requested further investigations to find what caused dozens of people to become ill after drinking the company's products. The call for additional study came as the health scare spilled into Africa and as Coca-Cola and its local distributors launched a European advertising campaign defending the quality of their products as beyond reproach. Coke Chairman and Chief Executive M.
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June 25, 1999 | Bloomberg News
Coca-Cola Enterprises Inc., the world's largest soft-drink bottler, warned that second-quarter profit will be hurt by the recalls of drinks from two European plants that were linked to illnesses and sparked a health scare. The company, 42% owned by Coca-Cola Co., said the recalls would cost it about $60 million in the quarter, though it's not yet sure how much profit or sales will be reduced.
BUSINESS
July 22, 1999 | Associated Press
European Commission inspectors have raided Coca-Cola offices in four European countries in a probe to determine whether the world's largest soft drink company is abusing its dominant position in the market by offering incentives to retailers to increase sales, carry the full range of Coke products or to stop selling competitors' drinks, the Financial Times reported.
BUSINESS
June 30, 1999 | GREG JOHNSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Trucks carrying Coca-Cola Co. products to market today will resume deliveries in Belgium and Luxembourg, ending one chapter in the recent health scare that eventually spread to a handful of other European markets.
BUSINESS
June 25, 1999 | Bloomberg News
Coca-Cola Enterprises Inc., the world's largest soft-drink bottler, warned that second-quarter profit will be hurt by the recalls of drinks from two European plants that were linked to illnesses and sparked a health scare. The company, 42% owned by Coca-Cola Co., said the recalls would cost it about $60 million in the quarter, though it's not yet sure how much profit or sales will be reduced.
BUSINESS
June 22, 1999 | From Associated Press
As top executives lobbied to lift a ban on sales of Coca-Cola Co.'s major soft drinks, the European Union on Monday requested further investigations to find what caused dozens of people to become ill after drinking the company's products. The call for additional study came as the health scare spilled into Africa and as Coca-Cola and its local distributors launched a European advertising campaign defending the quality of their products as beyond reproach. Coke Chairman and Chief Executive M.
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