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1 Mär 2006

War on Want

[PDF] Coca-Cola: The Alternative Report

Coca-Cola has been accused of dehydrating local communities in its pursuit of water resources to feed its own plants, drying up farmers’ wells and destroying local agriculture.The company’s own workers have also suffered: workers in Coca-Cola and supplier plants have seen their rights violated in countries such as Colombia, Turkey, Guatemala and Russia. [also refers to PANAMCO (part of Coca-Cola FEMSA), Café INCASA (Industria de Café, SA)]

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War on Want releases "Alternate Report" on Coca-Cola, alleging excessive use of water, harm to environment & repression of unionists

Coca-Cola lawsuit (re Colombia)