Coca-Cola is looking for area in Hanoi to build its fourth factory in Vietnam, while simultaneously planning to open an additional factory in Ho Chi Minh City in 2020. President of Coca-Cola Calin Dragan meeting Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc Having a total investment capital of $300 million, the factory in Hanoi is expected to produce both traditional and nutritious products with higher added value, using local materials, while generating jobs for thousands of direct and indirect labourers and developing a distribution network. President of Coca-Cola Calin Dragan at a recent meeting with Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc said that thanks to Vietnam’s policy of creating favourable conditions, the firm has enjoyed good growth and has become one of the 100 biggest tax payers in the country. Coca-Cola Vietnam started investment in Vietnam with a project in Hanoi in 1994. The project is located in Duyen Thai commune of Thuong Tin district. The Coca-Cola Vietnam system increased local manufacturing and distribution capacity with new filling lines and the installation of new cold-drink coolers at local stores,helping local businesses boost beverage sales. The company’s most popular beverages in Vietnam include sparkling brands Coca-Cola, Coke Light, Fanta, and Sprite, and still brands… Read full this story
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