NIGERIA: Coca-Cola plans $100m investment
Soft drinks giant, Coca-Cola, is planning to invest $100m in Nigeria over the coming three years, according to a report in the Atlanta Journal. "This is a reaffirmation in our belief in Nigeria and the future potential of our business there," said Robert Lindsay of Coca-Cola's Africa Group. "What we are saying is that we see a clear and bright future for Nigeria. And that growth still has huge potential."
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