FMO intends to participate in senior and long term EBRD-led loan to finance MCSCC's investment programme of the construction of a new mineral water production and bottling plant in Selenge province of Mongolia and partially refinancing the existing loans.
FMO stated that MCS Coca Cola (“MCSCC”) started its operations in 2001 and has become the largest producer, bottler and distributor of branded soft drinks and water in Mongolia. MCSCC is part of MCS Group being one of the biggest business holdings in the private sector in Mongolia that conducts diversified activities across beverages, telecommunications, energy and real estate sectors.
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