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Drinking Water Crisis in Pakistan and the Issue of Bottled Water - Nestlé's 'Pure Life' in Pakistan

In 1998 Nestlé choose Pakistan as country to roadmap its global water strategy in the bottled water market...Nestlé's bottled water is not affordable for the people in need of safe and clean drinking water...Nestlé contributes to the decrease of the ground water level, that dries local water provisions for the sake of profit. Finally, Nestlé's use of groundwater obviously exceeding the renewable volume.

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