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Coca-Cola FEMSA

Headquarters in Mexico

Coca-Cola FEMSA website: www.coca-colafemsa.com

According to its website as of April 2005, Coca-Cola FEMSA is the largest Coca-Cola bottler in Latin America and the second-largest Coca-Cola bottler in the world.  The Coca-Cola Company and FEMSA are significant minority shareholders of Coca-Cola FEMSA; the remainder of the shares are held by the public.

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24 July 2019

Brazil: NGO report alleges companies complicit in deforestation & human rights abuses in the Amazon

[To read this story in Portuguese, please, click here] The Business and Human Rights Resource Centre invited 55 companies to respond to allegations of their involvement in the deforestation of the Amazon as well as human rights abuses. The report from...

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23 July 2019
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17 July 2018
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Author: New York Times (EUA)

“En una ciudad con poca agua, la Coca-Cola y la diabetes se multiplican”, 16 de julio de 2018...

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5 June 2018
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Author: Carta Capital/Deutsche Welle (Brazil/Germany)

“Biólogos acusam Coca-Cola de secar nascentes em Minas Gerais-Associação ambiental afirma que, em três anos, fábrica na Grande Belo Horizonte afetou vazão de nascentes e lençóis freáticos”, 5 de junho de 2018...Sebastião Gomes de Laia chegou ali, na...

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30 April 2018

Response by Coca-Cola FEMSA

Author: Coca-Cola FEMSA

STATEMENT OF COCA-COLA FEMSA PHILIPPINES ON THE DAVAO PICKET...

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30 April 2018

Philippines: Report of violent dispersal of protesting workers surfaces; Coca-cola responds

A report alleged that contractual workers of Coca-Cola Philippines in Davao faced "massive retrenchment" despite ongoing calls for regularisation. The same report stated that protesting workers were violently dispersed by the police....

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15 April 2018

Philippines: Coca-Cola workers call for reinstatement & regularisation of fellows; lawmaker condemns violent dispersal of protesters

Author: Kath M. Cortez, Davao Today

"Coca-Cola workers' struggle continues", 09 April 2018...

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13 January 2018
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Author: Sin Embargo (México)

“Pueblos de Oaxaca dan un primer nocaut a la Reforma Energética al frenar parque eólico español”, 12 de enero de 2018...

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5 May 2017
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Publicado en mayo, 2017 - Contenido: 1. Los desafíos de la globalización: reflexiones sobre la responsabilidad empresarial en materia de derechos humanos…Humberto Cantú Rivera (Universidad de Monterrey, México [editor y compilador]. ...

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25 April 2017

Mexico: NGOs & academics protest against Coca-Cola FEMSA bottling plant citing water scarcity & health impacts of soft drinks in Chiapas

NGOs and academics protested against a Coca-Cola FEMSA´s bottling plant in San Cristobal de las Casas, Chiapas, Mexico. They claim that there is scarcity of water in the region while the plant consumes more than 750,000 liters per day. They also...

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