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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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2 August 2006

"Dividiendo por Colombia"

Author: Dividiendo por Colombia

[Original website in Spanish. Following summary of the website's key points provided by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre.] Dividiendo por Colombia is a foundation created by a group of business people to put into practice their commitment...

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2 August 2006
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22 May 2006
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Author: Anodis [México]

Roberto Mendoza Ralph, quien hace un año interpusiera una demanda en contra de la empresa Coca-Cola FEMSA por daño moral a causa de discriminación, comparte su historia, habla de su vida y los cambios que ha enfrentado al demandar a la trasnacional.....

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7 April 2006
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Author: La Jornada [México]

Una mujer transgénero ratificó el pasado 5 de abril ante el Consejo Nacional para Prevenir la Discriminación (Conapred) una queja contra una institución bancaria [Banorte] por la cancelación de su cuenta de ahorros, cuyo argumento fue "porque es...

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1 March 2006

[PDF] Coca-Cola: The Alternative Report

Author: War on Want

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...

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16 February 2006
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Author: Eugenia Jiménez, Milenio [México]

La trasnacional Coca-Cola FEMSA sufrió el segundo revés en el proceso iniciado por Roberto Mendoza Ralph, quien acusó a la empresa de actuar de manera discriminatoria al quitarle el empleo por su orientación homosexual, la Sala de Instancia Superior...

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6 February 2006

Action Alert Update Mexico: Coca-Cola Loses the Appeal – Discrimination Case Against a Gay Executive Will Move Ahead

Author: International Gay & Lesbian Human Rights Commission

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6 February 2006
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2 February 2006
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Author: Magdalena Licona Madrigal, Anodis (Agencia de Noticias Sobre la Diversidad Sexual)

Gana Roberto Mendoza, ex empleado gay de Coca Cola FEMSA, primer fallo judicial en la demanda interpuesta contra la refresquera por daño moral y la discriminación de la que fue víctima al asumir su homosexualidad en la empresa.

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1 February 2006

Response by Coca-Cola FEMSA: Rejoinder by Roberto Mendoza to Coca-Cola’s first response regarding alleged sexual orientation discrimination.

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