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El Salvador: Companies such as Coca-Cola purchase sugar from plantations that use child labour

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Article
10 June 2004

El Salvador: Child Labor on Sugar Plantations

Author: Human Rights Watch

Businesses purchasing sugar from El Salvador, including The Coca-Cola Company, are using the product of child labor that is both hazardous and widespread, Human Rights Watch said in a report released today. [also refers to Central Izalco]

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Article
10 June 2004

full report: "TURNING A BLIND EYE - Hazardous Child Labor in El Salvador’s Sugarcane Cultivation"

Author: Human Rights Watch

[refers to Amerop, La Cabaña, Cargill, Central Izalco, Coca-Cola, Compañía Azucarera Salvadoreña, Glencore, Louis Dreyfus, Marubeni, San Francisco]

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