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Thursday, January 24, 2013

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Thanks for informative article...The utilization of soft drinks has increased by $ 137 billion since the year 2008 and by the year 2015 the soft drink industry is expected to be worth $ 309 billion. Despite the economic downturn the demand for carbonated beverages have not bogged down down. At present US is the greatest market for carbonated beverages but it is soon expected that Japan defeat itself to the number one place due to the rise in the sales.

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