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TURKEY: Anadolu Efes closes Efes Breweries International share hunt

4 Sep 2009

Anadolu Efes has closed its bid to acquire the remaining shares it does not already own in Efes Breweries International, after upping its stake by only 3.5%.

Research - Turkey’s beverage market resilient in the face of adverse economic climate

6 Aug 2009

In absolute volume terms, Turkey was the third strongest growing soft drinks market in the world last year, generating 1.6bn litres of new business, according to data from Euromonitor International. Only China and Mexico, with yield increases of 4.5bn and 2bn litres respectively, performed better. But, with the global financial crisis pushing Turkey’s economy into a forecast contraction of over 5% this year, what is the soft drinks prognosis going forward? Rob Walker, senior non-alcoholic drinks analyst at Euromonitor International, investigates.

TURKEY: Coca-Cola Içecek sees forex hammer FY net profit

7 Apr 2009

Coca-Cola Içecek (CCI) has posted a marked plunge in full-year net profits, despite a lift in sales in both value and volume.

TURKEY: Coca-Cola Içecek proposes dividend

3 Apr 2009

Coca-Cola Içecek (CCI) is to propose to its General Assembly the distribution of a TL16,000,000 (US$10,024,236) cash dividend, to be paid in May 2009, and the remainder of the net distributable profit to be added to the extraordinary reserves.

TURKEY: Coca-Cola Içecek edges towards Sandras buy

10 Mar 2009

Coca-Cola Içecek has moved one step further towards closing its purchase of Sandras Natural Source Water Company in Turkey.

TURKEY: Coca-Cola Içecek buys Pakistan stake

29 Sep 2008

Coca-Cola Içecek (CCI) has signed the share purchase agreement for a 48.9% stake in Coca-Cola Beverages Pakistan (CCBPL) for US$76.9m.

TURKEY: Coca-Cola Içecek to handle Dogadan's distribution

3 Sep 2008

A subsidiary of Coca-Cola Içecek has secured a distribution agreement with acquisition target Dogadan Gida Ürünleri Sanayi ve Pazarlama.

TURKEY: Coca-Cola Icecek to make Pakistan purchase

24 Jun 2008

Coca-Cola Içecek has lined the purchase of a 50% stake in Coca-Cola Beverages Pakistan.

HOLLAND: CCI to build production facility in Tajikistan

17 Jun 2008

Coca-Cola Içecek subsidiary CCI International Holland (previously Efes Invest Holland) is to build its own production facility in Tajikistan.

TURKEY: Coca-Cola Icecek to build plant in Elazig

29 Jan 2008

Coca-Cola Içecek has announced plans to build a production facility in the city of Elazig in the south east of Turkey.

TURKEY: Coca-Cola Icecek to take bottler control in Eurasia

3 Jan 2008

Coca-Cola Içecek has set up a raft of share purchases, which will see the company gain full control of three bottlers in Eurasia

TURKEY: Coca-Cola Içecek approves Efes Invest capital increase

21 Jun 2007

Coca-Cola Içecek’s (CCI) board of directors approved the capital increase of its 100% affiliate Efes Invest Holland B.V. by US$30m.

TURKEY: Coca-Cola Içecek sees 2006 profits leap

2 Apr 2007

Coca-Cola Içecek (CCI) saw earnings leap almost 50% last year thanks to broad-based sales growth across its business.

SYRIA: Coca-Cola Içecek buys 50% of local distributor

13 Mar 2007

Coca-Cola Içecek (CCI) believes Syria has “strong growth potential” for the business after announcing a deal to buy 50% of its local distributor.

TURKEY: Coca-Cola Içecek rebrands HOD water

9 Mar 2007

Coca-Cola Içecek has rebranded one of its HOD waters.

TURKEY: Coca-Cola Içecek to enter Tajikistan

6 Mar 2007

Coca-Cola Içecek (CCI), the Turkey-based Coca-Cola bottler, is to set up a subsidiary in Tajikistan, the company said today (6 March).

TURKEY: Coke bottler secures warchest to boost capacity

26 Feb 2007

Coca-Cola Içecek (CCI), the Turkey-based Coca-Cola bottler, has secured funding worth US$200m to boost capacity across its five markets.

TURKEY: Coca-Cola Içecek reports strong Q3

14 Nov 2006

Coca-Cola Içecek, the Turkish unit of Coca Cola Co., has seen its sales and earnings exceed expectations during the first nine months of the year, thanks in part to successful local marketing.

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