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PepsiCo Plans $5 Billion Investment in Mexico

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PepsiCo Plans $5 Billion Investment in Mexico

PepsiCo Plans $5 Billion Investment in Mexico
January 28
11:23 2014
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PepsiCo has announced plans to invest $5 billion in Mexico over the next five years. The investment is designed to further strengthen PepsiCo’s food and beverage business in Mexico, one of the most attractive markets in Latin America with a growing middle class and numerous opportunities for long-term economic growth.

PepsiCo has a long and successful history in Mexico, a key country in the company’s global growth plans. PepsiCo has invested aggressively in recent years to strengthen its presence in developing and emerging markets, which in 2012 represented 35 percent of PepsiCo’s net revenue.

“The investments we’ve made to bolster our position in key markets around the world are fueling our success and positioning PepsiCo to deliver sustainable long-term growth,” says PepsiCo chairman and chief executive Indra Nooyi. “PepsiCo brands have been enjoyed by Mexican consumers for more than a century and we see tremendous opportunities to further expand our food and beverage business. We’re confident in Mexico’s future and we believe this investment will create significant value for PepsiCo, our customers, our shareholders and for Mexico as a whole.”

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