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In Brief: Coca-Cola new products

In Brief: Coca-Cola new products

THE Cambodia Beverage Company and Coca-Cola SABCO have invested US$30 million for manufacturing two new Coca-Cola products - 1.5-litre and 500ml bottles, a company statement released Monday said. The US firm established production facilities to produce the new lines along with Coca-Cola, Fanta and Sprite in Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET) bottles. The company also expanded can-line production. "Coca-Cola has chosen one of the best and latest technologies in the world for its Can line and PET line," said marketing manager Noun Pheng.

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