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Coca-Cola is a well-established consumer products company with a strong position in the global market. The sales of their core soda products have remained relatively stable for decades, yet the company has continued to grow and has remained extremely profitable. Discuss Coca-Cola’s history in light of the statement that “generating a steady stream of new products to market is extremely important to competitiveness.” Does Coca-Cola’s success disprove that statement? Is the company an exception to the rule or an example of its application?



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