GREECE: Coca-Cola Hellenic changes corporate structure
Coca-Cola Hellenic wants to distinguish between its domestic and overseas operations
Coca-Cola Hellenic has announced a change to its internal corporate structure to help distinguish between the firm's overseas and domestic operations.
However, the firm said the change would have "no impact" on customers, employees or shareholders.
"The new corporate structure ensures a clear distinction between Coca-Cola Hellenic, which manages operations in 28 countries, and our Greek operations, which produce, distribute and sell Coca-Cola Hellenic’s products in Greece," the company said.
Meanwhile, the company announced yesterday it will make a capital return to shareholders of EUR0.34 per share, starting 8 August. Its "distinctive" title is also being amended to COCA-COLA HELLENIC for the Athens Stock Exchange, as of today.
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