The beverage distributor has added $3 billion to its investment in the country.
The food and beverage company has the ability to test and roll out products designed to appeal to local tastes and at low prices.
An exhibit showing thousands of empty cans and bottles has Coca-Cola claiming copyright infringement and derogatory advertising.
These shares offer regular dividends, a key to steady income. And most are rated as low risk.
The beverage company announces a $3 million philanthropic grant and expects to make significant investments in the country over the next few years.
Based on historic patterns of yield, these blue-chip stocks now offer excellent total return potential.
Looking for growth and a dividend, with exposure to the emerging markets? The Mexican producer and distributor of Coke beverages fits the bill.
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