Panamco (see Coca-Cola FEMSA)

Headquarters in Mexico

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Coca-Cola FEMSA acquired Panamco in May 2003.

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20 September 2008

To die for [Colombia]

Author: Mark Thomas, Guardian [UK]

Being a trade union organiser in bottling plants used by Coca-Cola in Colombia is a dangerous business - they are prime targets for death squads. Can Coke be held responsible?...Sinaltrainal [Sindicato Nacional de Trabajadores de la Industria de...

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30 October 2006

11th Circuit Asked to Clarify Corporate Liability [USA]

Author: Julie Kay, Law.com

A federal judge in Miami has urged an appellate court to clarify key issues of corporate liability under a federal law that's been used against companies and foreign leaders for alleged human rights violations in other countries...U.S. District Judge...

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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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8 July 2005

War on Want releases "Alternate Report" on Coca-Cola, alleging excessive use of water, harm to environment & repression of unionists

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17 April 2005

The Coca-Cola Company Releases Findings From Workplace Assessments of Six Bottling Plants in Colombia - Corrective Action Plan to Address Environment, Health and Safety Infractions

Author: Coca-Cola

Conclusions from an independent workplace assessment conducted in Colombia for The Coca-Cola Company reveal a workplace environment where labor and human rights are respected and protected. [also refers to Panamco Colombia (part of Coca-Cola FEMSA),...

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1 January 2005

openDemocracy article on concerns over Coca-Cola's role in unionists' assassinations in Colombia, protests against Coke in USA; company says it has no involvement in responsible paramilitaries, actively fights the violence

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1 January 2005

The Coca-Cola Company Releases Findings From Workplace Assessments of Six Bottling Plants in Colombia - Corrective Action Plan to Address Environment, Health and Safety Infractions

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1 January 2005

[PDF] Workplace Assessments in Colombia

Author: conducted by Cal Safety Compliance Corporation for The Coca-Cola Company

There were no threats by management discovered nor attempts to attack or intimidate a worker for being affiliated with a union, or for being a union organizer or for being a union official...Security guards were not being used to harass, intimidate or...

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