MEXICO: FEMSA plans Coke, Brazilian beer investment

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 13 March 2006

Mexican drinks group FEMSA is reportedly planning to spend US$750m this year expanding its Coca-Cola bottling operations and reviving its recently-acquired brewing business in Brazil.

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Mexican drinks group FEMSA is reportedly planning to spend US$750m this year expanding its Coca-Cola bottling operations and reviving its recently-acquired brewing business in Brazil.

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