Latest Huiyuan Juice Stories

2009-03-19 14:17:31

Chinese officials said Thursday that turning down Coca-Cola's bid to buy Huiyuan Juice Group was not a protectionist maneuver. Products of the Coca-Cola company are available anywhere in China's market. The country's market is fully open to foreign companies, said Foreign Ministry spokesman Qin Gang, Xinhua reported. Ministry of Commerce spokesman Yao Jian said the government was opening up to foreign investors. In the case of Coca-Cola, the purpose of the examination is to maintain market...

2008-09-11 09:00:13

Coca-Cola plans to seek approval for its $2.5 billion bid for the juice maker Huiyuan under China's antitrust law, the final obstacle to what would be the largest foreign takeover of a Chinese company. Analysts and lawyers said the application would be closely watched as it was the first case to test the nascent law. Fears that the deal could be derailed under the anti-monopoly regulations have helped push Huiyuan Juice Group's shares down 13 percent from their highest price this year,...

2008-09-03 00:00:18

The Coca-Cola Company announced today its intention to make cash offers to purchase China Huiyuan Juice Group Limited, a Hong Kong listed company which owns the Huiyuan juice business throughout China. The Coca-Cola business in China has been operating since 1979 and is well known for its sparkling beverage brands such as Coca-Cola, Sprite and Fanta. In the last few years, the Company has also introduced a number of still beverage brands, including Guo Li Chen (Minute Maid Pulpy) and...

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