MEXICO: FEMSA 2010 investment nearer US$300m - analyst

By Ivan Castano | 22 January 2010

FEMSA could invest nearer US$300m to grow its business this year, up from the $180m the firm estimated earlier this week, according to a senior industry analyst.

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FEMSA could invest nearer US$300m to grow its business this year, up from the $180m the firm estimated earlier this week, according to a senior industry analyst.

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