Coke looks to grow in Russia

Coca-Cola Co. chairman and chief executive Neville Isdell told a U.S.-Russia trade group on Monday that the firm will follow up its $500 million co-purchase of Russian juice maker Multon earlier this year with an additional $100 to $150 million annual investment in the country. Coke partners on Russian and other European investments with Greece's Coca-Cola Hellenic Bottling Co., whose CEO said the pair are in talks to buy a Serbian beverage company.

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