What Types of Ownership Are There in the Coca-Cola Company?

The Coca-Cola Company is owned in two different ways: by the public and by institutions. The Coca-Cola Company is a public company whose shares are traded on the New York Stock Exchange. Thousands of shareholders and investors from all over the world own shares of the company.

About 5 million shares, or 24.6% of the total number of shares in the company, are owned by these shareholders. The Coca-Cola Company is owned by FEMSA, which is an institution. FEMSA owns about 10 million shares, which is about half of all the shares in the company. Coca-Cola is also owned by a chain of subsidiaries that are all owned by Coca-Cola and use the Coca-Cola brand name. About 6 million shares, or 36% of all shares, are owned by the subsidiary companies.

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