Coca-Cola to Invest $200 Million in Pakistan
The Coca-Cola Company will invest $200 million in Pakistan for setting up beverage plants at the special economic zones in Faisalabad and Islamabad, the Board of Investment (BoI) was informed on Wednesday.
General Manager Coca-Cola Company, Atilla Yerlikaya announced the new investment during a meeting with BoI Chairman Dr Miftah Ismail.
Mr Yerlikaya, who is also the chairman of Pakistan-Turkey Business Council, was leading a three-member delegation to discuss investment opportunities in Pakistan.
Mr Yerlikaya said the company has already invested $500m on upgrading existing plants in the country. The company is presently contemplating a further $200m of greenfield investment, and expanding Coca-Cola’s production and distribution capacity in Pakistan.
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