Panamco deal makes Latin force of Femsa

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 15 April 2003

The acquisition of Panamco by Coca-Cola FEMSA will give the Mexican soft drinks bottler and the The Coca-Cola Company a strong pan-Latin American bottling force. But the deal could also offer an attractive spin-off for the FEMSA beer brands. Ben Cooper reports.

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The acquisition of Panamco by Coca-Cola FEMSA will give the Mexican soft drinks bottler and the The Coca-Cola Company a strong pan-Latin American bottling force. But the deal could also offer an attractive spin-off for the FEMSA beer brands. Ben Cooper reports.

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