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Coca-Cola (KO) says it will invest $5B in Mexico over the next 5 years, as it attempts to boost...

Coca-Cola (KO) says it will invest $5B in Mexico over the next 5 years, as it attempts to boost production and increase local sales. Coke's two largest Latin American bottlers, Coca-Cola Femsa (KOF) and Arca Continental (EMBVF.PK), are based out of Mexico, and so is juice brand Jugos del Valle, which has annual sales above $1B. The company's Latin American sales rose 17% Y/Y in Q3.
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  • Uncle Pie
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    the more coke and pepsi they sell, the faster the global diabetes epidemic will grow.
    that's why I'm long Novo Nordisk, the worlds largest provider of diabetes medicines. ADRs of this Danish company trade on the NYSE under the symbol NVO. Just take a look at the 10 year chart on google finance, or wherever. That says it all.

     

    Long NVO
    30 Jan 2012, 06:42 PM Reply Like
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