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Former Coca-Cola scientist accused of stealing trade secrets to form Chinese...

A Chinese-born scientist formerly employed by Coca-Cola is now accused of trying to steal trade secrets from companies reportedly working with the beverage giant in order to set up her own rival venture funded in part by China’s government.

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