Coca-Cola

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Coca-Cola

™ a carbonated soft drink flavoured with coca leaves, cola nuts, caramel, etc.
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Coca-Cola

soft drink found throughout the world. [Trademarks:Crowley Trade, 115]
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Features the product at the heart of the creative, celebrating the experience and simple pleasure of drinking any Coca-Cola product.
Underscores the companys commitment to choice, allowing consumers to choose whichever Coca-Cola suits their taste, lifestyle, and diet.
Coca-Cola has agreed to scrap rebates linked to sales or growth targets for retailers.
The commitments were presented at a meeting in Brussels on Ocotber 19 by Coca-Cola Chairman Neville Isdell, in the name of his company and of the three major anchor Coca-Cola bottlers.
Pero el tamano y la experiencia, junto con Coca-Cola, una de las marcas mas conocidas del mundo, no inmuniza a la compania contra Ia competencia.
Casi sin presupuesto para distribucion y mercadeo, Big Cola consiguio cierta ventaja al lanzar una botella ligeramente mayor, de 2.5 litros, para las familias, y al reducir el precio a US$0.84, mientras las unidades de 2 litros que yenden Coca-Cola y Pepsi cuestan US$1.47.
Coca-Cola has a stated goal of achieving long-term organic sales growth of 4% to 6%. The table below shows that the company has been within striking distance of this goal but is a bit shy.