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11 Mar 2015

Author:
Al Masry AL Youm

Coca-Cola distribution workers demand better living conditions

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03 February 2015

[English-language summary translation of the Arabic original's key points, provided by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre] Tens of distribution workers at Coca-Cola Company in Alexandria- Egypt held a strike on Tuesday demanding better living conditions and a salary raise. The strikers said that their salaries range from 500 to 1200 Egyptian pounds ($65-$157) only, which according to the workers is an insufficient amount that is incompatible with the price hike in Egypt and the effort put by distribution workers in the job.