MEXICO: Coca-Cola FEMSA to acquire majority stake in Coca-Cola Bottlers Philippines

By Andy Morton | 14 December 2012

Coca-Cola FEMSA is to pay US$688.5m for a 51% stake in Coca-Cola Bottlers Philippines as it looks to expand beyond Latin America.

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Coca-Cola FEMSA is to pay US$688.5m for a 51% stake in Coca-Cola Bottlers Philippines as it looks to expand beyond Latin America.

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