FEMSA


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FEMSAFomento Económico Mexicano, SA
FEMSAFemale Education in Mathematics and Science in Africa (est. 1996)
FEMSAFire and Emergency Manufacturers and Services Association Inc.
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Earlier, Coca-Cola FEMSA said it was laying off some employees as the higher excise taxes slapped on sugar beverages under the government's new tax law took a toll on operations.
Solid Business Portfolio: The ratings reflect the solid business portfolio of FEMSA in the beverage and retail sectors.
9 December 2016 - Mexico-based Coca-Cola products bottler Coca-Cola FEMSA, S.A.B.
The bottler, which gets some 7 percent of its income in Venezuela, is a joint venture between Coca-Cola and Mexico's Femsa.
El martes 24, obligado por el juez primero de Distrito en Materia Administrativa de Nuevo Leon, el alcalde sustituto guadalupense, Carlos Rodriguez Padilla, notifico a la empresa Fomento Economico Mexicano (FEMSA) que debian suspenderse las obras del coso.
The Tampico purchase was the largest for Coca-Cola Femsa since it paid $3.6 billion for Panamerican Beverages Inc.
The company delivered 280 million euros of savings under its "Total Cost Management" program, as well as 42 million in synergy savings from the FEMSA takeover.
Under Mexican GAAP Coca-Cola FEMSA is consolidated but under US GAAP it would not be consolidated.
Carlos Lomelin, CEO of Coca-Cola Femsa, said: "Despite recent global economic volatility, our geographically balanced portfolio of franchise territories across Latin America delivered strong results for the quarter.
Segun el reporte anual de Femsa, las ventas de cerveza de la empresa crecieron 9,3% en 2009, totalizando US$ 3.600 millones.
En enero, FEMSA anuncio la venta de sus operaciones de elaboracion de cerveza a Heineken, en una transaccion de $5.7 mil millones que dio a FEMSA un 20 por ciento de participacion en la cervecera holandesa y dos puestos en su consejo directivo.
In January, FEMSA announced the sale of its brewing operations to Heineken in a $5.7 billion deal that gave FEMSA a 20 percent stake in the Dutch brewer and two seats on its board.