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Coca Cola Amatil to increase investment in Indonesia
18 Feb, 2012 13:40:04
JAKARTA (Asia Pulse) - Coca Cola Amatil Ltd, an Australian soft drink bottling company and distributor, will invest around $A300 million (US$321.69 million) in Indonesia until 2013.
Coca Cola Amatil plans to invest A$100 million a year from 2011 to 2013, said Amelia Nasution, the marketing manager of Coca Cola Indonesia.

Coca Cola Indonesia has eight factories in Indonesia producing soft drinks including Coca Cola, Sprite, Fabta, Powerade, Frestea and Minute Maid.

The additional investment will be used to expand capacity and distribution system and buy new cooling machines, Amelia said yesterday.


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