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19 Apr 2005

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Corporate Accountability International

Activists Challenge Coca-Cola Over Water Abuses at Annual Shareholders' Meeting - Students, Community Leaders and Corporate Accountability Activists Urge Soft Drink Giant to Stop Draining Water from Communities in India

At the Coca-Cola Company's annual shareholders' meeting today, community leaders, activists, and students from across the country are challenging the soft drink giant for its abuses. Coke drains water from some of the poorest communities in the world to sell as bottled water and make soft drinks...