Coca-Cola's new bottling plant in Burma
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Coca-Cola opens new bottling plant in Burma

Coca-Cola has opened a bottling plant in Burma.

The company plans to spend $200m over the next five years and create thousands of new jobs.

Coca-Cola is one of the first US firms to invest in Burma following the lifting of economic sanctions.

The BBC's chief business correspondent, Linda Yueh, spoke to Coca-Cola's chief executive, Muhtar Kent.

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