USA: Procter & Gamble/Coca-Cola joining forces - COMMENT
Procter & Gamble and Coca-Cola have announced plans for a joint venture. The new business unit will have initial sales of $4 billion from a range of Coca-Cola and P&G products and is expected to increase this figure to $5 billion within two years. The combined support of the two corporate giants will cause fear in the soft drinks and snacks sector, potentially triggering defensive action in the near future.
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