US: PepsiCo sells US$2.75bn of debt

By Chris Mercer | 1 March 2012

PepsiCo is taking advantage of low interest rates by selling US$2.75bn of debt in bond issues, as the soft drinks maker also seeks to return more cash to shareholders in 2012.

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PepsiCo is taking advantage of low interest rates by selling US$2.75bn of debt in bond issues, as the soft drinks maker also seeks to return more cash to shareholders in 2012.

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