Coca-Cola invests $360 million into South Africa, Zimbabwe and Tanzania

March 1997
Jet;03/31/97, Vol. 91 Issue 19, p33
Looks at Coca-Cola Co.'s announcement of a $360 million capital investment program in South Africa, Zimbabwe and Tanzania, whose goal is to sustain economic growth in the region. The presidents of the countries as welcoming M. Douglas Ivester, president and chief operating officer of the Coca-Cola Company to their respective countries; The number of people that the Coca-Cola system in Africa employs as of March 1997.


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