If Coca-Cola enters to Myanmar, there is no doubt there will be bring benefit for both party. As Myanmar Democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi urges in World Economic Forum, Bangkok, investors to do business in Myanmar with the right ethical attitude, entering Coca-Cola to Myanmar will create jobs for many people. As part of its push in Myanmar, Coca-Cola said it is donating $3 million to support job creation for women in the country. The company will work with PACT, a non-governmental group that supports economic and health initiatives in developing nations.
The world’s largest beverage company, Coca-Cola, has announced plans to start selling its drinks in Myanmar for the first time in 60 years, following the U.S. government’s decision to suspend investment sanctions on the country for its democratic reforms.
Myanmar is one of three countries where Coca-Cola doesn’t do business. The other two are Cuba and North Korea.
The world’s biggest soft drink maker said Thursday it will start doing business in the country as soon as the U.S. government issues a license allowing American companies to make such investments.