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Femsa, the Mexican-based Coca-Cola bottler, is reportedly considering a move into the Cuban soft drinks market. The options currently being studied by the Femsa consortium, the largest Coca-Cola bottler in Latin America, include setting up joint ventures and building bottling plants as well as simply exporting to Cuba. Femsa already exports to the US, Canada, Europe and Asia.


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