Russian anti-trust authorities have terminated their case against Coca-Cola Hellenic Bottling Company's (CCHBC) Eurasian unit, according to local reports. The Russian Financial Control Monitor (RFCM) said today (28 October) that the Krasnoyarsk department of the Federal Anti-trust Service (FAS) has terminated its case against CCHBC Eurasia after the company removed violations from its contracts.

CCHBC has provided the department with evidence of the removal of the provisions for exclusive deliveries of its products, the news service said.

Speaking to RFCM, FAS head Igor Artemyev said: "We are satisfied with the company's decision to correct the wording of its contracts, removing the provisions on the exclusive deliveries of its products.

"We hope that PepsiCo will follow its example and also make corrections in its contracts on Russia's territory," Artemyev added.