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Coca-Cola Mexico.

Coca-Cola Mexico has announced its new president: James Quincey. His career with Coca-Cola began in 1996, when he assumed the director position of Learning Strategies for Latin America., in Atlanta. Quincey moved to Mexico in 1999 as the adjunct president of the division before assuming the position of regional director for Argentina and Uruguay. While within this position, the post's responsibility expanded to include the entire Southern Division of Latin America. Quincey will replace Martin Machinandiarena, who will direct the Central Europe division of Coca-Cola, as president.
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Title Annotation:James Quincey appointed
Publication:Business Mexico
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:1MEX
Date:Dec 1, 2005
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