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  • A city of southwest Poland west-southwest of Poznań. Chartered in 1312, it passed to Prussia in 1741 and was assigned to Poland by the Potsdam Conference of 1945. Population: 86,700.

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  • To that end, PepsiCo announced earlier this month it would buy Russian dairy and juice-maker OAO Wimm-Bill-Dann in a deal valuing the company at $5.4 billion.

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  • The Chinese government's summary rejection, on antitrust grounds, of Coca-Cola's $2.4 billion bid to buy Chinese juice-maker Huiyuan sent a sharp chill through the global business community when it was announced last week.

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  • Fortune 500, agreed to acquire a two-thirds stake in Russian juice-maker Wimm-Bill-Dann for $3.8 billion to win about half of the Russian juice market.

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  • She surrendered to the jaws of the large juice-maker voluntarily afterwards.

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  • Charlie's Group, the juice-maker formed by Stefan's Orange Juice founder Stefan Lepionka and entertainer Marc Ellis, says strong growth in Australia turned it profitable this year.

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  • The Chinese government rejected a buyout offer of the nations largest juice-maker by the Coca

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  • The Chinese government rejected a buyout offer of the nations largest juice-maker by the Coca Cola Company yesterday, further demonstrating the double-standard China operates under in regard to foreign direct investment and protectionism.

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  • Recent convictions include the 1996 case against juice-maker Odwalla Inc., which was fined $1.5 million on charges of shipping unpasteurized apple juice that killed a baby.

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  • Though the government nixed the deal for Chinese juice-maker Huiyuan, Coke clearly has its eyes on China and an already-prominent brand.

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  • A new audiotape reported to be recorded by Osama bin Laden has detained 10 senior Hamas leaders in the West Bank. blocked Coca-Cola from taking over a local juice-maker over monopoly concerns.

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