According to the Bank’s website, in July 2023, IFC committed an A-Loan under the COVID-19 Real Sector Crisis Response Envelope (“RSE”) of US$50 million (“mn”) (eqvt. in Euro) to Coca Cola Beverages Pakistan Limited (“CCBPL” or the “Company”). The IFC Loan will finance the Company’s working capital requirements and support its maintenance capex (the “Project”).
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Coca-Cola Beverages Pakistan Ltd
Muhammad Shaharyar Mujahid
0092 423 575 6845-9
26 F.C.C., Syed Maratab Ali Road, Gulberg 4, Lahore
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