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The Mexican beverage group Femsa, the world's second largest bottler of Coke products and beer producer, announced a series of top level management changes. The changes include the appointment of Alfredo Martinez, head of Femsa's beer operations, as deputy chief executive officer of Femsa. Gerardo Estrada, Femsa Cerveza's administrative director, has been made chief financial officer for the beer group, replacing Sergio Saenz, who is moving on to strategic procurement. Finally, Eduardo Padilla will become Femsa's retail segment's chief executive officer.
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Publication:Food & Drink Weekly
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Nov 3, 2003
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