just On Call - North America a work in progress for PepsiCo

By Michelle Russell | 12 October 2011

The CEO of PepsiCo has said that the company has more work to do in its North America beverages division, despite a small rise in volumes in the region during the firm's latest quarter.

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The CEO of PepsiCo has said that the company has more work to do in its North America beverages division, despite a small rise in volumes in the region during the firm's latest quarter.

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