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Coca-Cola launches Coke Zero
Business Standard India

Coca Cola Zero is an idea whose time has come: Debabrata Mukhe...

FEATURED , latest-stories India became the 149 th country to start selling Coca Cola's successful innovation Coca Cola Zero. The launch is being considered as a strategic bet in the brand's journey to strengthen its existing portfolio and is aimed ... Pitch, 17 hours ago
Coke counts on Zero to push cola sales Times of India, 2 days ago
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Down to Earth

Coca-Cola gets its fizz back in Karnataka

B everage giant Coca-Cola's long-standing dream of setting up a bottling plant in Karnataka is one step closer to becoming reality. The state government has sorted out issues over land acquisition, and roll out the red carpet for the Rs 1,000 crore ...
 Moneycontrol.com3 days ago Coke set to start work on bottling plant in Karnataka  Hindu Business Line3 days ago Photo Release: ThaiNamthip Strikes up Partnership and Goes Green with Talaad Thai through NAMTHIP  Newswit.com3 weeks ago CocaCola plans Rs 1000crore bottling plant in Telangana  Hindustan Times1 month ago
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Coca Cola plans to invest $3 billion

STATESMAN NEWS SERVICE Bangalore, 19 September: Coca Cola India proposes to invest $3 billion for modernisation and upgradation of its facilities, research and development, manufacturing and marketing in the country, covering a period up to ...
 The Statesman3 days ago $5-bn India investment plan on course despite Varanasi setback: Coca-Cola  Financial Express3 days ago Coca Cola plans to invest $3 billion  Big News Network2 days ago "Support my school"  The Statesman4 weeks ago

Coca-Cola brings Zero to India

Comment · print · T T T+· T- The Hindu Bollywood actor Farhan Akhtar at the launch of Coca Cola Zero in New Delhi on Friday. Photo: PTI TOPICS Initially, it will be available in modern retail outlets Nearly eight years after its ...
 The Hindu3 days ago Farhan Akhtar pitches for zero sugar  India Today2 days ago
Rediff.com

Coke shelves Varanasi expansion due to protests, approval delay

Beverages major Coca-Cola has decided not to proceed with the proposal to expand its Mehdiganj unit near Varanasi, stuck for want of regulatory clearances and other legal trouble, spurred by public protest at alleged over-exploitation of ground water. Hindustan Coca-Cola Beverages Pvt Ltd, bottling arm of Coca-Cola, has written to Alok Ranjan, chief secretary, Government of Uttar Pradesh, stating: “Due to inordinate delay in receiving of the no-objection certificate, causing delay in ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago Coca-Cola freezes expansion at Varanasi due to protests, approval delay  Business Standard India4 weeks ago INDIA PRESS-Coca-Cola freezes expansion at Varanasi due to protests, approval delay-Business Standard  Reuters Africa3 weeks ago
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InvestorPlace.com

Coca-Cola Stock Still Flat Despite Overseas Fizz

Popular Posts: Recent Posts: Unlike carbonation, sales have been flat in the U.S. for Coca-Cola ( KO ) due tohigher taxes and a tougher regulatory environment. So, KO stock has taken a beating lately. At the same time, Coca-Cola has big plan for ...
 InvestorPlace.com1 week ago Coca Cola stalls expansion plans in Varanasi  Nerve3 weeks ago Coca-Cola stalls expansion at Varanasi due to protests, delay in approval  Business Standard India4 weeks ago Bottlers may force Coca-Cola, PepsiCo to increase prices to make up for shrinking margins  Economic Times1 month ago
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Business Standard India

5 things Narendra Modi can learn from Coca Cola about building toilets

Building toilets is only the beginning and the easiest part of the battle. Water and maintenance are the key challenges Surajeet Das Gupta | New Delhi August 19, 2014 Last Updated at 16:46 IST Corporate India seems to have been inspired by Prime ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago
NDTV

Coca-Cola launches 'Maaza Milky Delite' in Punjab

today rolled out a new mango drink 'Maaza Milky Delite' here. The new product is a beverage made of mangoes combined with milk solids and it will be available in 200 ml TetraPak at a price of Rs 25. "What we now bring to the market is this amazing fusion of ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
Money Control

79 pvt PF trusts flout investment norms

Nokia India, Coca Cola India, Tata Sons Ltd, BHEL and ITDC are among 79 companies which did not invest their PF funds as per prescribed pattern, Parliament was informed on Wednesday. These 79 companies operate private PF trusts and manage their workers ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago 79 private PF trusts flout prescribed investment norms  Business Standard2 months ago

India becomes Coke's 6th largest market

India has become the sixth largest market for Coca-Cola by volume sales, overtaking Germany as low price points and wider distribution helped the world's largest beverages maker increase sales in the second-most populous country.
 Times of India2 months ago India overtakes Germany as Coca-Cola's 6th largest market  Economic Times2 months ago
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