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Coca-Cola’s Murphy on trade tensions, Coffee acquisition, India strategy

By Bloomberg
14 September 2018   |   2:38 pm
John Murphy, APAC group president at Coca-Cola, discusses the trade tensions between the U.S. and China, how it's impacting his business, the acquisition of Costa Coffee, his major areas of focus, their India strategy, their push into alcoholic drinks in Japan and where he's seeing the most growth.

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