MEXICO: Femsa ponders beer/soft drinks integration

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 26 March 2003

The Mexican brewer and soft drinks bottler, Femsa, is considering combining its beer and soft drink operations in various Latin American markets in a bid to enhance competitivity, as it moves towards completion of its acquisition of the Latin American soft drinks group, Panamco.

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The Mexican brewer and soft drinks bottler, Femsa, is considering combining its beer and soft drink operations in various Latin American markets in a bid to enhance competitivity, as it moves towards completion of its acquisition of the Latin American soft drinks group, Panamco.

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