Drinks giant announced plans to cut costs by £200m as Chinese sales decline
Manufacture Of Beverages
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Brewing giant SABMiller is being sued for HK$55m (£3.9m) by six directors at the Chinese rival that it failed to buy.
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John Sunderland, the chairman of Cadbury Schweppes, yesterday tried to diffuse the growing backlash against the "vexed" obesity issue by shifting the blame to consumers. He told shareholders at the annual meeting: "We cannot escape the role of personal accountability we each have. Calories in have to match calories out."
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