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  1. 1. The Coca-Cola Company NYSE: KO www.coca-cola.com
  2. 2.The Coca-Cola Company Financial Statement Analysis Industry Analysis Business Plan • Company Overview • The Coca-Cola System • Global Operations • CCE NA Acquisition
  3. 3.Company Overview • World’s largest beverage company • Market presence in 206 countries/territories • Own or license/market 500+ nonalcoholic brands – Own/market 4 of world’s top 5 nonalcoholic sparkling beverage brands: Coca-Cola, Diet Coke, Fanta, & Sprite • World’s largest beverage distribution system • Headquartered in Atlanta, GA • Employs 146,200 worldwide • Revenue per Employee (TTM): $325,595 • Consumers enjoy 1.8 billion servings of Coke products daily • Market cap: $163.39B Source: TheStreet and CCC 2011 Form 10K 3
  4. 4.The Coca-Cola System 4 4 COMPANY CONSUMERS BOTTLERS CUSTOMERS
  5. 5.Global OperationsPresence in 206 countries/7 operating groups 5 • Bottling Investments • Corporate
  6. 6.Acquisition of CCE’s NA Business • Coca-Coca Enterprise’s North America business – October 2010, Q4 – $12.3 billion deal – Gain of $14.327 billion in intangible assets, including goodwill – $21 billion in revenue and various synergies that helped Coke slash $350 million in annual costs • Divestiture of Norwegian/Swedish Bottling Operations – Sold all ownership interests to New CCE for $900 million in cash – Finished products business, had a positive impact on gross profit margins and operating margins – Gain of $597 million in 2010 (as “other income”) Source: 2011 Form 10K 6
  7. 7.The Coca-Cola Company Financial Statement Analysis Industry Analysis Business Plan • Consolidated Income Statements • Operating Group Highlights • Consolidated Balance Sheets • Consolidated Statements of Cash Flows • Financial Ratios
  8. 8.Consolidated Income Statements 8 2010 2009 Actual % Rev Actual % Rev Actual % Rev NET OPERATING REVENUES $46,542 100% $35,119 100% $30,990 100% Cost of goods sold (18,216) (39.14%) (12,693) (36.14%) (11,088) (35.78%) GROSS PROFIT 28,326 60.86% 22,426 63.86% 19,902 64.22% Selling, general and administrative expenses (17,440) (37.47%) (13,158) (37.47%) (11,358) (36.65%) Other operating charges (732) (1.57%) (819) (2.33%) (313) (1.01%) OPERATING INCOME 10,154 21.82% 8,449 24.06% 8,231 26.56% Total Other Income/Expenses Net 1,702 2.76% 6,527 16.50% 1,070 3.45% EARNINGS BEFORE INTEREST AND TAXES 11,856 25.47% 14,976 42.64% 9,301 30.01% Interest Expense (417) (0.90%) (733) (2.09%) (355) (1.15%) INCOME BEFORE INCOME TAXES 11,439 24.58% 14,243 40.56% 8,946 28.87% Income taxes (2,805) (6.03%) (2,384) (6.79%) (2,040) (6.58%) CONSOLIDATED NET INCOME 8,634 18.55% 11,859 33.77% 6,906 22.28% Less: Net income attributable to noncontrolling interests (62) (0.13%) (50) (0.14%) (82) (0.26%) NET INCOME ATTRIBUTABLE TO SHAREOWNERS $8,572 18.42% $11,809 33.63% $6,824 22.02% 2011 Year Ending December 31 (In millions, except per share data)
  9. 9.2011 Operating Group Highlights 22.8% 27.7% 30.4% 10.8% 21.2% 2.2% (15.1%) Percent Contribution to Operating Income by Segment North America Latin America Europe Eurasia & Africa Pacific Bottling Investments Corporate Operating Income Totaled $10,154 million in 2011 Source: 2011 Form 10K 9
  10. 10.Operating Group Contributions to Operating Income (in millions) $2,318 $2,815 $3,090 $1,091 $2,151 $224 $(1,533) $(2,000) $(1,000) $- $1,000 $2,000 $3,000 $4,000 NA LA Europe E & A Pac. Bott. Inv. 2011 2010 2009 Source: 2011 Operating Groups at a Glance 10 Corp.
  11. 11.Consolidated Balance Sheets 11 Actual % Tot. Assets Actual % Tot. Assets Actual % Tot. Assets ASSETS CURRENT ASSETS Cash and cash equivalents $12,803 16.01% $8,517 11.68% $7,021 14.43% Short-term investments 1,088 1.36% 2,682 3.68% 2,192 4.50% TOTAL CASH, CASH EQUIVALENTS AND SHORT-TERM INVESTMENTS 13,891 17.37% 11,199 15.36% 9,213 18.93% Marketable securities 144 0.18% 138 0.19% - - Trade accounts receivable, less allowances of $83 and $48, respectively 4,920 6.15% 4,430 6.08% 3,758 7.72% Inventories 3,092 3.87% 2,650 3.63% 2,354 4.84% Prepaid expenses and other assets 3,450 4.31% 3,126 4.29% 2,226 4.57% TOTAL CURRENT ASSETS 25,497 31.88% 21,579 29.59% 17,551 36.06% LONG-TERM INVESTMENTS 8,374 10.47% 7,585 10.40% 6,755 13.88% OTHER LONG-TERM ASSETS - total 3,495 4.37% 2,121 2.91% 1,976 4.06% PROPERTY, PLANT AND EQUIPMENT - net 14,939 18.68% 14,727 20.20% 9,561 19.64% GOODWILL 12,219 15.28% 11,665 16.00% 4,224 8.68% INTANGIBLE ASSETS - net 15,450 19.32% 15,244 20.90% 8,604 17.68% TOTAL ASSETS $79,974 100% $72,921 100% $48,671 100% 2009 Year Ending December 31 (In millions, except par value) 2011 2010
  12. 12.Consolidated Balance Sheets 12 Actual % Tot. L & E Actual % Tot. L & E Actual % Tot. L & E LIABILITIES AND EQUITY CURRENT LIABILITIES Accounts payable and accrued expenses $9,009 11.26% $8,859 12.15% $6,657 13.68% Loans and notes payable 12,871 16.09% 8,100 11.11% 6,749 13.87% Current maturities of long-term debt 2,041 2.55% 1,276 1.75% 51 0.10% Accrued income taxes 362 0.45% 273 0.37% 264 0.54% TOTAL CURRENT LIABILITIES 24,283 30.36% 18,508 25.38% 13,721 28.19% LONG-TERM DEBT 13,656 17.08% 14,041 19.26% 5,059 10.39% OTHER LIABILITIES 5,420 6.78% 4,794 6.57% 2,965 6.09% DEFERRED INCOME TAX 4,694 5.87% 4,261 5.84% 1,580 3.25% MINORITY INTEREST 286 0.36% 314 0.43% 547 1.12% TOTAL LIABILITIES 48,339 60.44% 41,918 57.48% 23,872 49.05% THE COCA-COLA COMPANY SHAREOWNERS' EQUITY Common stock, $0.25 par value; Authorized - 5,600 shares; Issued - 3,520 and 3,520 shares, respectively 880 1.10% 880 1.21% 880 1.81% Additional paid-in capital 11,212 14.02% 10,057 13.79% 8,537 17.54% Retained earnings (accumulated deficit) 53,550 66.96% 49,278 67.58% 41,537 85.34% Other equity - total (2,703) (3.38%) (1,450) (1.99%) (757) (1.56%) Treasury stock, at cost - 1,257 and 1,228 shares, respectively (31,304) (39.14%) (27,762) (38.07%) (25,398) (52.18%) TOTAL EQUITY 31,635 39.56% 31,003 42.52% 24,799 50.95% TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY $79,974 100% $72,921 100% $48,671 100% 2009 Year Ending December 31 (In millions, except par value) 2011 2010
  13. 13.Consolidated Statements of Cash Flows 13 2011 2010 2009 OPERATING ACTIVITIES Consolidated net income $8,634 $11,859 $6,906 Depreciation and amortization 1,954 1,443 1,236 Stock-based compensation expense 354 380 241 Deferred income taxes 1,028 617 353 Equity (income) loss - net of dividends (269) (671) (359) Foreign currency adjustments 7 151 61 Significant (gains) losses on sales of assets - net (220) (645) (43) Other significant (gains) losses - net — (4,713) — Other operating charges 214 264 134 Other items (335) 477 221 Net change in operating assets and liabilities (1,893) 370 (564) Net cash provided by operating activities 9,474 9,532 8,186 INVESTING ACTIVITIES Purchases of short-term investments (4,057) (4,759) (2,130) Proceeds from disposals of short-term investments 5,647 4,032 — Acquisitions and investments (977) (2,511) (300) Purchases of other investments (787) (132) (22) Proceeds from disposals of bottling companies and other investments 562 972 240 Purchases of property, plant and equipment (2,920) (2,215) (1,993) Proceeds from disposals of property, plant and equipment 101 134 104 Other investing activities (93) (106) (48) Net cash provided by (used in) investing activities (2,524) (4,405) (4,149) Year Ending December 31 (In millions)
  14. 14.Consolidated Statements of Cash Flows 14 2011 2010 2009 FINANCING ACTIVITIES Issuances of debt 27,495 15,251 14,689 Payments of debt (22,530) (13,403) (12,326) Issuances of stock 1,569 1,666 664 Purchases of stock for treasury (4,513) (2,961) (1,518) Dividends (4,300) (4,068) (3,800) Other financing activities 45 50 (2) Net cash provided by (used in) financing activities (2,234) (3,465) (2,293) EFFECT OF EXCHANGE RATE CHANGES ON CASH AND CASH EQUIVALENTS (430) (166) 576 CASH AND CASH EQUIVALENTS Net increase (decrease) during the year 4,286 1,496 2,320 Balance at beginning of year 8,517 7,021 4,701 Balance at end of year $12,803 $8,517 $7,021 Year Ending December 31 (In millions)
  15. 15.Financial Ratios Liquidity Ratios Period Ending: 12/31/2011 12/31/2010 12/31/2009 Company Industry Current Assets $25,497 $21,579 $17,551 Current Liabilities 24,283 18,508 13,721 Ratio 1.10 1.10 1.05 1.17 1.28 Current Ratio TTM or MRQ The Coca-Cola Company Period Ending: 12/31/2011 12/31/2010 12/31/2009 Company Industry Current Assets $25,497 $21,579 $17,551 Inventories 3,092 2,650 2,354 Current Liabilities 24,283 18,508 13,721 Ratio 0.80 0.80 0.92 1.02 1.11 The Coca-Cola Company Quick Ratio TTM or MRQ Source: TTM/MRQ Data via TheStreet; CCC Data via 2011 Form 10K Current Ratio 2012 2011 2010 2009 Quick Ratio 2012 2011 2010 2009 15
  16. 16.Financial Ratios Financial Leverage Ratios Period Ending: 12/31/2011 12/31/2010 12/31/2009 Company Industry EBIT $11,856 $14,976 $9,301 Interest Expense 417 733 355 Ratio 11.70 28.20 28.43 20.43 26.20 Interest Coverage Ratio TTM or MRQ The Coca-Cola Company Period Ending: 12/31/2011 12/31/2010 12/31/2009 Company Industry Total Debt $15,697 $15,317 $5,110 Total Equity 31,635 31,003 24,799 Ratio 0.74 1.10 0.50 0.49 0.21 Debt-Equity Ratio TTM or MRQ The Coca-Cola Company Source: TTM/MRQ Data via TheStreet; CCC Data via 2011 Form 10K Debt-Equity Ratio 2012 2011 2010 2009 Interest Coverage 2012 2011 2010 2009 16
  17. 17.Financial Ratios 17 Profitability Ratios Period Ending: 12/31/2011 12/31/2010 12/31/2009 Company Industry Net Income $8,572 $11,809 $6,824 Net Sales 46,542 35,119 30,990 Ratio 0.15 0.18 0.18 0.34 0.22 Net Profit Margin TTM or MRQ The Coca-Cola Company Period Ending: 12/31/2011 12/31/2010 12/31/2009 Company Industry Net Income $8,572 $11,809 $6,824 Total Assets 79,974 72,921 48,670 Ratio 0.10 0.10 0.11 0.16 0.14 TTM or MRQ The Coca-Cola Company Return on Assets (ROA) Net Profit Margin 2012 2011 2010 2009 2012 2011 2010 2009 ROA Source: TTM/MRQ Data via TheStreet; CCC Data via 2011 Form 10K
  18. 18.Financial Ratios 18 Market Value Ratios Period Ending: 12/31/2011 12/31/2010 12/31/2009 Company Industry Price per Share $34.99

    $32.89 $28.50 Earnings per Share 1.85 2.53 1.47 Ratio 11.7 18.9 18.9 13.0 19.4 Price/Earnings Ratio (P/E) The Coca-Cola Company TTM or MRQ 2012 2011 2010 2009 P/E Ratio Source: TTM/MRQ Data via TheStreet; CCC Data via 2011 Form 10K

  19. 19.The Coca-Cola Company Financial Statement Analysis Industry Analysis Business Plan • Industry Overview • Main Competitors • Market Share • Competitors Income Statements • Best Demonstrated Practices • SWOT Analysis • Porter’s 5 Forces
  20. 20.Industry Overview 20 Beverages – Soft Drinks – Consumer Goods • Non-Alcoholic Ready-to-Drink Segment • Concentrated • Dominated by KO and PEP
  21. 21.Main Competitors • PepsiCo, Inc. (NYSE: PEP) – Market Cap: $105.45B – Employees: 297,000 – Revenue per Employee (TTM): $221,199 • Dr. Pepper Snapple Group, Inc. (NYSE: DPS) – Market Cap: $8.95B – Employees: 19,000 – Revenue per Employee (TTM): $314,368 Source: Yahoo! Finance; Nestlé Data via SIX Swiss Exchange 21 • Nestlé (SIX: NESN.VX) — Market Cap: $198.60B — Employees: 328,000 — Revenue per Employee (TTM): $291,629
  22. 22.2011 Global Market Share 51% 22% 15% 12% Coca-Cola PepsiCo Dr. Pepper Snapple Group Other Source: Ad Age 22
  23. 23.Actual % Rev Actual % Rev Actual % Rev Actual % Rev NET OPERATING REVENUES $66,504 100% $5,903 100% $46,542 100% $39,650 100% Cost of goods sold (31,593) (47.51%) (2,485) (42.10%) (18,216) (39.14%) (18,008) (45.42%) GROSS PROFIT 34,911 52.49% 3,418 57.90% 28,326 60.86% 21,923 55.29% Selling, general and administrative expenses (25,145) (37.81%) (2,268) (38.42%) (17,440) (37.47%) (14,875) (37.52%) Other operating charges (133) (0.20%) (117) (1.98%) (732) (1.57%) (375) (0.95%) OPERATING INCOME 9,633 14.48% 1,024 17.35% 10,154 21.82% 7,061 17.81% Total Other Income/Expenses Net 57 0.09% 15 0.25% 1,702 2.76% 1,518 3.83% EARNINGS BEFORE INTEREST AND TAXES 9,690 14.57% 1,039 17.60% 11,856 25.47% 8,006 20.19% Interest Expense (856) (1.29%) (114) (1.93%) (417) (0.90%) (412) (1.04%) INCOME BEFORE INCOME TAXES 8,834 13.28% 925 15.67% 11,439 24.58% 7,715 19.46% Income taxes (2,372) (3.57%) (320) (5.42%) (2,805) (6.03%) (1,805) (4.55%) CONSOLIDATED NET INCOME 6,462 9.72% 606 10.27% 8,634 18.55% 5,947 15.00% Less: Net income attributable to noncontrolling interests (19) (0.03%) - - (62) (0.13%) (54) (0.14%) NET INCOME ATTRIBUTABLE TO SHAREOWNERS $6,443 9.69% $606 10.27% $8,572 18.42% $5,903 14.89% 2011 Years Ending December 31 (In Millions) 2011 PEP 2011 2011 DPS KO Industry Avg. Competitor’s Income Statements Source: PEP and DPS 2011 Annual Reports 23
  24. 24.Best Demonstrated Practices 24 Actual % Rev Actual % Rev Actual % Rev $46,542 100% $39,650 100% $46,542 100% (18,216) (39.14%) (18,008) (45.42%) (18,216) (39.14%) 28,326 60.86% 21,923 55.29% 28,326 60.86% (17,440) (37.47%) (14,875) (37.52%) (17,440) (37.47%) (732) (1.57%) (375) (0.95%) (375) (0.81%) 10,154 21.82% 7,061 17.81% 10,511 22.58% 1,702 2.76% 1,518 3.83% 1,702 3.66% 11,856 25.47% 8,006 20.19% 12,213 26.24% (417) (0.90%) (412) (1.04%) (417) (0.90%) 11,439 24.58% 7,715 19.46% 11,796 25.34% (2,805) (6.03%) (1,805) (4.55%) (1,805) (3.88%) 8,634 18.55% 5,947 15.00% 9,991 21.47% (62) (0.13%) (54) (0.14%) (54) (0.12%) $8,572 18.42% $5,903 14.89% $9,936 21.35% 2011 2011 BDP 2011 KO Industry Avg. NET OPERATING REVENUES Cost of goods sold GROSS PROFIT Selling, general and administrative expenses Other operating charges OPERATING INCOME Total Other Income/Expenses Net EARNINGS BEFORE INTEREST AND TAXES Interest Expense INCOME BEFORE INCOME TAXES Income taxes CONSOLIDATED NET INCOME Less: Net income attributable to noncontrolling interests NET INCOME ATTRIBUTABLE TO SHAREOWNERS Years Ending December 31 (In Millions) Current Return on Sales 18.42% Best Demonstrated Practices 21.35% Improvement on Proft Margin 2.93% Profit Margin Increased By 15.90%
  25. 25.SWOT Analysis Strengths • Brand recognition • Customer loyalty • Worldwide network of bottlers/distributors • Geographic diversity • Market leader Opportunities • 2020 Vision • Expansion in new & existing markets • Potential for acquisitions Weaknesses • Relatively established in the markets it operates in • Growing health-conscious consumers • Not many sub-industries in the beverage market that Coca-Cola does not operate in Threats • PepsiCo • Strong competition in all geographic regions • Higher commodity prices • Battle against obesity 2
  26. 26.5 Forces Analysis Intensity of Rivalry Amongst Competitors HIGH Threat of Substitutes MODERATE-HIGH Bargaining Power of Buyers MODERATE Threat of New Entrants LOW-MODERATE Bargaining Power of Suppliers LOW-MODERATE 26
  27. 27.The Coca-Cola Company Financial Statement Analysis Industry Analysis Business Plan • 2020 Vision • How Do We Grow? • Greatest Opportunity • Top 10 Markets of 2011 • 2011 Market Share • 2020 Projected Market Share • The Coca-Cola Company in 2020 • Conclusion
  28. 28.2008: $95B 2020: $200B 2020 Vision 1.8B Servings Consumed Daily 3B+ Servings Consumed Daily 28 System-wide Revenues
  29. 29.How Do We Grow? • $12 billion over this decade (2010-2020)Africa • $6 billion over five years (commencing in 2010)Mexico • $1 billion over five years (commencing in 2011)Philippines • $6 billion over five years (commencing in 2012)Brazil • $5 billion by 2020 (commencing in 2012)India • $5 billion over 10 years (commencing in 2012)Middle East • $3 billion over five years (commencing in 2012)Russia • $4 billion over the next three years (commencing in 2012)China $30B+ invested to support anticipated growth Source: 2010 Form 10K 29
  30. 30.Greatest Opportunity China • Invest $4 billion with bottling partners Swire Beverages Ltd and COFCO Coca-Cola Beverage Co. over three years from 2012 • More bottling plants, buy trucks, expand distribution infrastructure, and add coolers • Double-digit growth in unit case volume 9/10 consecutive years • Expected to become KO’s #1 market, passing Mexico and US • Price increases due to ability of consumer to afford higher priced products 30
  31. 31.Top 10 Markets of 2011 0.55 0.55 0.58 0.60 0.64 0.96 1.9 2.1 3.4 5.5 Spain Turkey Argentina India Germany Japan Brazil China Mexico U.S. Top markets for all Coca-Cola products in 2011 (Cases in Billions) 1 Case = 24 8oz servings #3 Source: CNN Money 31
  32. 32.2011 Market Share 15% 4.4% 80.6% China’s Total Beverage Market Coca-Cola Pepsi Other Source: Euromonitor International • Total market = 14B unit cases (2.1B is 15% of 14B) • The Chinese beverage market grew by approximately 3% in 2011 • At an increase of 3% per year, and more than doubling unit case volume from 2.1B to 5.6B by 2020 (becoming #1 mkt), what would Coke’s market share look like? 32
  33. 33.2020 Projected Market Share Year Total Market (in unit cases) KO's Total Market Share 2011 14,000,000,000 15.0% 2012 14,420,000,000 2013 14,852,600,000 2014 15,298,178,000 2015 15,757,123,340 2016 16,229,837,040 2017 16,716,732,151 2018 17,218,234,116 2019 17,734,781,139 2020 18,266,824,574 30.7% Assumptions: China’s total beverage market increases at 3% per year; China overtakes U.S. and Mexico to become KO’s #1 market with estimated sales of 5.6B unit cases by 2020 • 2011 NR from unit case sales = $2.4B (44% of Pacific group’s NR) • 2011 NR per unit case = $1.14 USD (2.4B/2.1B) • Assuming $1.14 NR/unit case in 2020, not adjusted for unforeseeable price increases/decreases, 2020 NR from unit case sales = $6.4B (5.6B * $1.14) • 2011 to 2020 increase in NR from unit case sales = 166.7% ((6.4-2.4)/2.4) • An approx. increase of 18.5% per year (166.7/9) (2.1B uc) (5.6B uc) 33
  34. 34.The Company in 2020 • China is only 1 of 206 countries that contribute to The Coca-Cola Company’s net revenues • TCCC is just one segment of the Coca-Cola System discussed earlier • No definitive information was available to project 2020 Bottler & Customer revenues • What would TCCC’s Income Statement look like in 2020 compared to 2008 and 2011? 34
  35. 35.2008 vs. 2020 Income Statement Source: 2008 Income Statement via StockAnalysisOnNet 2020 % Revs are taken from 2011 Income Statement as Best Estimate Actual % Rev Actual % Rev Actual % Rev NET OPERATING REVENUES $31,944 100% $63,888 100% $46,542 100% Cost of goods sold (11,088) (34.71%) (25,006) (39.14%) (18,216) (39.14%) GROSS PROFIT 19,902 62.30% 38,882 60.86% 28,326 60.86% Selling, general and administrative expenses (11,358) (35.56%) (23,939) (37.47%) (17,440) (37.47%) Other operating charges (313) (0.98%) (1,003) (1.57%) (732) (1.57%) OPERATING INCOME 8,231 25.77% 13,940 21.82% 10,154 21.82% Total Other Income/Expenses Net 1,070 3.35% 1,763 2.76% 1,702 2.76% EARNINGS BEFORE INTEREST AND TAXES 9,301 29.12% 16,272 25.47% 11,856 25.47% Interest Expense (355) (1.11%) (575) (0.90%) (417) (0.90%) INCOME BEFORE INCOME TAXES 8,946 28.01% 15,704 24.58% 11,439 24.58% Income taxes (2,040) (6.39%) (3,852) (6.03%) (2,805) (6.03%) CONSOLIDATED NET INCOME 6,906 21.62% 11,851 18.55% 8,634 18.55% Less: Net income attributable to noncontrolling interests (82) (0.26%) (83) (0.13%) (62) (0.13%) NET INCOME ATTRIBUTABLE TO SHAREOWNERS $6,824 21.36% $11,768 18.42% $8,572 18.42% 2008 2020 2011 Years ending December 31 (In millions) 35
  36. 36.“The FUTURE of the world belongs to 2 groups: …those that can grow, and those that cannot grow… Those that don’t grow will go into oblivion.” - CEO Muhtar Kent 36
  37. 37.Sources • Reports – The Coca-Cola Company 2010 Form 10K – The Coca-Cola Company 2010 Annual Review – The Coca-Cola Company 2011 Form 10K – The Coca-Cola Company 2011 Annual Review – 2011 Operating Groups at a Glance – PepsiCo 2011 Annual Report – Dr. Pepper Snapple Group 2011 Annual Report • Websites – The Coca-Cola Company: http://www.coca-cola.com – The Coca-Cola Company Corporate: http://www.thecoca-colacompany.com – Thomson Reuters Streetevents: http://www.streetevents.com – The Street, KO: http://www.thestreet.com/quote/KO.html – Wikinvest, KO: http://www.wikinvest.com/stock/Coca-Cola_Company_(KO) – CNN Money, Muhtar Kent’s New Coke: postcards.blogs.fortune.cnn.com/2012/05/10/500-coca-cola- muhtar-kent/?iid – Yahoo! Finance: http://finance.yahoo.com – Google Finance: http://www.google.com/finance – Ad Age: http://www.adage.com – StockAnalysisOnNet: http://www.stock-analysis-on.net/NYSE/Company/Coca-Cola-Co 37

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