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11:56 | 29/10/2019
Coca-Cola and PepsiCo have released the greatest amount of plastic rubbish in the world, according to information published by Break Free from Plastics.
13:00 | 26/06/2019
The government, along with the business community and regular citizens in Vietnam, are together striving to limit plastic waste and eager to further assist in ...
09:02 | 07/11/2018
A series of international brands have been pouring more money into Vietnam’s high-potential soft drink segment, toughening up competition against fledgling domestic producers. Phuong Thu ...
14:11 | 15/10/2018
Coca-Cola, PepsiCo, and Nestlé have been identified as the top plastic waste producers, according to Greenpeace.
17:05 | 18/09/2018
PepsiCo confirms that Vietnam is one of its 20 priority markets across the globe, and eighth in the Asia-Middle East-North Africa region.
10:29 | 04/12/2012
Big-name foreign companies such as Adidas, Coca-Cola and PepsiCo are facing scrutiny from local tax authorities on transfer pricing possibility in Vietnam.
09:42 | 11/09/2012
There are three key reasons why I am confident, and why PepsiCo is betting, that Vietnam will play a key role in the Asian market.” ...
08:03 | 19/03/2012
PepsiCo Vietnam last week opened its new beverage plant in Amata Industrial Zone as part of its push to expand operations in the Mekong Delta.
08:09 | 20/02/2012
Food and beverage producer PepsiCo is looking to add fizz to its production in Vietnam by taking over San Miguel’s southern Dong Nai factory.
08:27 | 22/02/2011
Subway, the US-based sandwich-shop chain, last week marked its presence in Vietnam with the soft opening of Ho Chi Minh City’s store.