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Mexico's Femsa Inches Toward Controlling Brazil's Beverage Market After Billion-Dollar Acquisition

With the $1.09 billion acquisition of Brazil's Vonpar, Coca-Cola Femsa will be able to serve 88 million consumers, or 43% of the Brazilian population.
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