The Coca-Cola Company today reported full-year and fourth quarter 2012 results. Muhtar Kent, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of The Coca-Cola Company said, “We are pleased with our results we announced today. In a year marked by continued uncertainty in the global economy, we delivered solid volume, revenue and profit growth, and we realized further volume and value share gains in nonalcoholic ready-to-drink beverages. The Coca-Cola Company has consistently delivered quality results and met or exceeded its long-term volume, revenue and profit growth targets every year since the announcement of our 2020 Vision at the end of 2009. This reflects the commitment of our entire system to invest together for a better tomorrow and to sustainably create shared value while making a positive difference in the communities we serve. Together we are delivering on our priorities and achieving success. “As we enter 2013 in what is still an uncertain global economy, we know that it is critical to seize the opportunity to keep leading and succeeding in any environment. We must continue investing in our business so that we get even better -- better at collaborating, at innovating, at listening to consumers, customers and our bottling partners and most importantly, at executing with precision. All of us at Coca-Cola remain diligent about our results as we manage our business for continued sustainable long-term success,” continued Mr. Kent. PERFORMANCE HIGHLIGHTS The Coca-Cola Company reported worldwide volume growth of 4% for the full year and 3% in the quarter. The Company reported solid growth for the full year in key developed markets, including North America (+2%) and Japan (+2%). Europe volume declined 1% for the full year, reflecting ongoing uncertain macroeconomic conditions. In addition, the Company delivered strong volume growth in key emerging markets such as Thailand (+22%), India (+16%) and Russia (+8%) for the full year. Our China business delivered 4% volume growth for the full year, cycling double-digit growth in the prior year, and was impacted by the further effects of a slowing economy, poor weather and a later Chinese New Year. Solid growth continued in countries with per capita consumption of Company brands less than 150 eight-ounce servings per year, with volume up 7% for the full year.