RUSSIA: Lebedyanksy taps PepsiCo for loan

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 24 November 2008

Russian juice producer Lebedyanksy may borrow up to RUB10bn (US$364m) from its main stakeholder PepsiCo in a bid to help it finance current operations.

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Russian juice producer Lebedyanksy may borrow up to RUB10bn (US$364m) from its main stakeholder PepsiCo in a bid to help it finance current operations.

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