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19 Mai 2015

Autor:
Shona Ghosh, Marketing (UK)

Coca-Cola speaks out about 2022 World Cup migrant worker abuse in Qatar

"Coca-Cola speaks out about 2022 World Cup migrant worker abuse", 19 May 2015

Coca-Cola has spoken out against the human rights abuses taking place in Qatar, where hundreds of workers have died during construction work on the 2022 World Cup sites. Coke, along with Fifa's other seven sponsors, is under pressure to speak out about poor working conditions in Qatar, and to lobby the Qatari government to address humans rights abuses...

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