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Coca Cola Beverages Sri Lanka Ltd said is planning to delist from the Colombo Stock Exchange, the company announced in a statement today.

Following a decision by the company's board of directors in June the company released the statement today saying: "The directors will now take necessary steps to have the company delisted according to the rules of Sri Lanka's Securities & Exchange Commission."

Singapore's F&N Coca Cola, which holds a majority stake in the company, has offered to buy the remaining shares of Coca Cola Beverages Sri Lanka.


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