Coke Looks Abroad for Results as North America Slows

When Coca-Cola (KO) reports earnings tomorrow morning, investors will get a sense for whether consumers in India and China were able to help offset the company's slowdown in sales in the U.S., Europe and Japan. The world's largest beverage maker derives about 80% of its sales from its international operations and has clearly set its sights on expanding economies that are growing at a faster pace than developed countries.