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FEMSA Qtrly Consolidated Revenue Growth Of 10.2%
FEMSA Takes Minority Stake In Jetro Restaurant Depot
FEMSA Announces First Quarter 2019 Results
Fomento Economico Mexicano, S.A.B. de C.V. (FEMSA) is a holding company. The Company's segments are Coca-Cola FEMSA, FEMSA Comercio-Retail Division and FEMSA Comercio-Fuel Division. The Company conducts its operations through holding companies, such as Coca-Cola FEMSA, S.A.B. de C.V. and subsidiaries (Coca-Cola FEMSA), which produces, distributes and sells beverages; FEMSA Comercio, S.A. de C.V. and subsidiaries (FEMSA Comercio), which consists of a Retail Division operating various small-format chain stores, and CB Equity LLP, which holds its equity investment in Heineken N.V., and Heineken Holding N.V. The Company's Coca-Cola FEMSA produces, markets, sells and distributes Coca-Cola trademark beverages through standard bottler agreements in certain territories in the countries, in which it operates. Coca-Cola FEMSA also sells bottled water products. FEMSA participates in the retail sector primarily through FEMSA Comercio.
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Jose Antonio Fernandez Carbajal
Executive Chairman of the Board
Miguel Eduardo Padilla Silva
Chief Executive Officer, Director
Gerardo Estrada Attolini
Director of Corporate Finance
Daniel Alberto Rodriguez Cofre
Chief Executive Officer of FEMSA Comercio
John Anthony Santa Maria Otazua
Chief Executive Officer of Coca Cola FEMSA
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Mexico's Femsa said on Thursday its fourth-quarter net profit fell by more than half compared with a year ago, dragged down by the Mexican peso's appreciation and higher costs at the conglomerate's Coca-Cola bottling unit.
Mexican bottler and retailer Femsa said on Thursday its net profit fell more than half in the fourth quarter to 4.79 billion pesos ($253.6 million) in comparison to the same period a year earlier.
Mexican retailers expect sales growth to slow slightly in 2020 after a stronger-than-expected performance last year, a top industry association said on Thursday.
Mexico City's new ban on plastic bags has inspired visions of a journey back in time even as local makers of the packaging worry they could become obsolete.
Mexico's Femsa notched a 55% rise in third-quarter net profit to 7.27 billion pesos ($369 million), the bottler and retailer said on Monday, but its shares fell on growth concerns with its Oxxo convenience store chain.
Mexican bottler and retailer Femsa said on Monday its third-quarter net profit increased by 55% in the third quarter to 7.27 billion pesos ($369 million) in comparison to the same period a year earlier.
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Mexican conglomerate Femsa <FEMSAUBD.MX> said on Thursday it had signed a non-binding agreement to acquire a minority stake in U.S. cash-and-carry retailer Jetro Restaurant Depot, adding to recent investments by Mexican firms abroad.
Mexican conglomerate Femsa said on Thursday it had signed a non-binding agreement to acquire a minority stake in U.S. cash-and-carry retailer Jetro Restaurant Depot, adding to recent investments by Mexican firms abroad.
Mexican conglomerate Femsa <FEMSA plans to invest over 61 billion pesos ($3.12 billion) and create about 41,000 jobs in Mexico during the next three years, the company said in a statement on Friday, confirming earlier reports.
Mexican conglomerate Femsa plans to invest 61.88 billion pesos ($3.14 billion) in Mexico from 2019 to 2021, creating some 41,000 direct jobs over that time, chairman Jose Antonio Fernandez Carbajal said on Thursday, according to local press.
Brazil's Lojas Americanas SA has signed a nonbinding memorandum of understanding with fuel distributor Petrobras Distribuidora SA to study a partnership in the convenience store segment, the discount retailer said on Friday.
Brazil's energy and logistic group Cosan SA said on Tuesday the joint venture formed between Raízen and Mexico's FEMSA to explore the convenience market in Brazil will open 500 stores with the OXXO and Select brands in the next three years.
Mexico's Femsa SAB de CV has agreed to buy 50% of convenience stores chain Raízen Conveniencias in Brazil, according to a securities filing on Tuesday.
Mexican retailer and bottler Femsa has cut its planned gas station openings for the rest of the year by about half, it said on Friday, adding that Mexico's new government has stalled in approving new facilities.
Mexican retailer and bottler Femsa is in a "continuous effort" to find acquisition opportunities in the United States, Brazil and Mexico, the company's chief executive Eduardo Padilla said in a call with analysts on Friday.
Mexican bottler and retailer Femsa <FMSAUBD.MX> reported on Thursday that its second-quarter net income fell nearly 36% from the year-earlier period because of exchange-rate losses, despite a jump in revenue.
Mexican bottler and retailer Femsa on Thursday reported that its second quarter revenue rose 9.4% over the year-earlier period, while income from operations rose 8.3%.
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