Coke v Pepsi in the Middle East

Pepsi has progressed in Syria since a ban on its sale was lifted just under a year ago, and in the process has stolen a march on Coca-Cola which was also removed from the blacklist but is yet to capitalise. Paul Cochrane reports from Damascus.

Pepsi steals march on Coke in Syria

19 July 2006

Pepsi has progressed in Syria since a ban on its sale was lifted just under a year ago, and in the process has stolen a march on Coca-Cola which was also removed from the blacklist but is yet to capitalise. Paul Cochrane reports from Damascus.

US: China, Brazil buoy Coke H1 results

18 July 2006

Coca-Cola Co. yesterday (18 July) posted a set of steady first-half results on the back of rising sales in key emerging markets including China and Brazil.

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17 July 2006

The difference in fortunes of fierce rivals Coca-Cola Co. and PepsiCo has looked pretty marked in the last week, especially if looked at in a global context.

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US: PepsiCo shrugs off flat domestic CSD sales

26 April 2006

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Coke and Pepsi persevere in Middle East

1 August 2005

While it has been difficult for Coke and Pepsi to move forward in the Middle East in recent years because of anti-American sentiment, consumer boycotts and war, Paul Cochrane reports that both are beginning to make some headway in this challenging region.

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