Femsa's Revenue Up 64% in C.A.
Coca-Cola Femsa's revenue in the region for the first half of the year was 64% more than the same period of 2008.
Monday, August 3, 2009
Coca-Cola's regional subsidiary is called "Latincentro", and comprises Colombia, Venezuela, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Panamá. The 64% increase in revenue experienced by this division is due to higher unitary prices and a 10% increase in sales volume.
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