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Tue, Apr 25 2017

BRIEF-Coca-Cola incoming CEO on sugar taxes- "If govts need money, they should widen their tax bases"

* Incoming CEO on sugar taxes- number of govts facing fiscal pressure, "if govts need money, they should widen their tax bases"

BRIEF-Coca-Cola COO - To reduce about 1,200 job reductions beginning in second half of 2017

* COO on conf call- saw improved Q1 performance in China, in part driven by a strong chinese new year campaign; India performance improved

Coca-Cola to cut 1,200 jobs, boosts savings target

Coca-Cola Co said on Tuesday it would cut about 1,200 jobs as the beverage maker expands its savings target amid falling demand for fizzy drinks globally.

UPDATE 3-Coca-Cola to cut 1,200 jobs, boosts savings target

* Global soda sales fall 1 pct in Q1 (Adds conference call details, CEO comment; updates shares)

BRIEF-Coca-Cola Q1 earnings per share $0.27

* Q1 earnings per share view $0.44 -- Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S

Coca-Cola's profit plunges 20 pct on bottling refranchising costs

April 25 Coca-Cola Co reported a 20 percent drop in quarterly profit, largely weighed down by higher costs related to refranchising its North America bottling operations.

BRIEF-Coca Cola Bottling Co Consolidated and Coca-Cola Company enters into a non-binding letter of intent

* Coca Cola Bottling Co Consolidated - on April 11, 2017, co and Coca-Cola Company enters into a non-binding letter of intent, the ' Somerset LOI '

BRIEF-Coca-Cola Icecek withdraws from CCBA stake purchase transaction

* Said on Tuesday that it completed evaluation to buy stake in Coca-Cola Beverages Africa (CCBA) from The Coca-Cola Company (TCCC)

Warren Buffett adorns Cherry Coke cans in China

Coca-Cola Co is putting the likeness of Warren Buffett on Cherry Coke cans in China, hoping to benefit from its biggest shareholder's popularity in the country.

Fitch Affirms Coca-Cola's IDRs at 'A+/F1'; Outlook Negative

(The following statement was released by the rating agency) CHICAGO, March 24 (Fitch) Fitch Ratings has affirmed the Issuer Default Ratings (IDRs) and debt ratings of The Coca-Cola Company (Coca-Cola) and its subsidiaries at 'A+/F1'. The Rating Outlook is Negative. Coca-Cola had approximately $45.7 billion of debt as of Dec. 31, 2016. A complete list of rating actions follows at the end of this release. The Negative Outlook reflects Coca-Cola's elevated leverage (on both a gross and supplem

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