Myanmar 'Wonderful Opportunity' for
Muhtar Kent, chairman and CEO at The
At the ceremonial inauguration of a bottling plant in Crystal Springs, Hmawbi Township, the global drinks giant's CEO Muhtar Kent said the company had earmarked $200 million to help the business grow in the country over the next five years.
"Within a month, there'll be a second plant operational here. So that will give us two production facilities in the country, and we're looking obviously to expand that in the future," he told CNBC on Tuesday.
"For every one job that we create directly in the
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