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New Delhi: Manu Anand quit as president of PepsiCo India, the company said in a release on Thursday. It didn’t announce a successor.

“PepsiCo India region resident Manu Anand has decided to join another company and is leaving PepsiCo. His successor will be announced in due course," the company said.

Anand, who could not be reached for comment, became chairman of PepsiCo’s India region in January 2011. He was responsible for the company’s beverage and foods businesses in India and neighboring South Asian countries except Pakistan.

He joined PepsiCo in 1994 as chief financial officer, Frito-Lay India, and in 1998 became managing director of the unit. He was general manager, South East Asia, for Pepsi from 2007 to 2010.

The announcement came a day after rival Coca-Cola Co. announced that it was promoting India chief Atul Singh to a wider role in the region.

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