AUSTRALIA: Amatil shares fall on South Korean concerns

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 2 October 2002

Analysts have reduced their forecasts for Coca-Cola Amatil's 2002 results following concerns about what has been seen by some as an ambiguous outlook for South Korea. The company's shares fell by A$.027, or 4.6%, to $5.63 as a result of investor concerns over the company's forecast for South Korea, previously its prime growth area.

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Analysts have reduced their forecasts for Coca-Cola Amatil's 2002 results following concerns about what has been seen by some as an ambiguous outlook for South Korea. The company's shares fell by A$.027, or 4.6%, to $5.63 as a result of investor concerns over the company's forecast for South Korea, previously its prime growth area.

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