Coca Cola Increases Investments in China

In: ARC China

4 Jul 2011

ARC China’s recent newsletter reported that Coca-Cola Co., the largest soft-drink producer in the world, announced that it is exploring a possible listing in Shanghai.

Coca Cola stated that it will invest $2 billion into China, as well as opened three new plants in Mongolia late last year.

“We are interested in exploring the opportunity of listing our stock on the Shanghai Stock Exchange,” explained Geoff Walsh of Asia Pacific Coca Cola. “Obviously, we need to better understand the regulatory framework and listing requirements. We continue to have positive discussions with Chinese government officials as we look at this opportunity.”

Coke is one of many companies currently looking into opportunities in China due to its rising economy. ARC China with Adam Roseman is an example of another such firm.

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