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International credit rating agency Fitch Ratings, Coca-Cola's credit rating upgraded. Accordingly, CCI Turkey received the company's highest rating. Here are the details...

 

 

Turkey's Highest Credit Rating Of Coca-Cola Was

The incoming information by international credit rating agency Fitch Ratings, according to Coca-Cola Içecek (CCI) was the recipient of the highest credit rating among the companies in Turkey. Coca-Cola Beverages; Turkey, Middle East, Pakistan and Central Asia at the factory to 25, with more than 10 million employees worldwide. Of 2015 according to the data, are among the world's Most Valuable Brands.
Fitch Ratings, Coca-Cola's foreign currency rating to BBB - upgraded from Level One to the Better Business Bureau.

 

 

 

In this note the growth of international credit rating agency, the credit rating CCI was the highest in Turkey which may be associated with the company. According to a statement, the CCI's foreign currency long-term default rating was upgraded to BBB-rated and the level of the primary grades. To view your grades, “static” for the evaluation were performed.
Burak Başarır, CEO of CCI, so far, their efforts didn't go to waste and the results voiced.

 

 

 

Following Fitch's credit rating upgrade ratings the company's CEO Burak Başarır team comments. He succeeds; in this way add value to the company long-term found to correspond their efforts on behalf of foreign investors stated that the increase in value in the eyes of the company. He succeeds in addition, the development of their full potential for strengthening the economy of Turkey and added that they would continue to use the name.
Right now the CCI of the BBB rating, the country rating by two notches, to a level of the country ceiling rating increased.

 

 

 

Their decision authorities in relation to Fitch Ratings: CCI in the sector, always with a firm grip, brand quality, pricing and all follow a consistent policy in Turkey and the Middle East, even to protect the profit margin, depending on economic conditions, he said.

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Posted : February 26, 2020 12:01 am
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