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[PDF] Coca-Cola Distorts the Truth on Union Busting and Violence in Turkey

Author: United Students Against Sweatshops, Published on: 1 November 2005

Coca-Cola recently published a statement on its “Coke Facts” website regarding a grave situation in Istanbul Turkey. The situation involves the union busting and violent assault of workers who were responsible for trucking Coca-Cola products throughout Istanbul... The [Coca-Cola] statement repeatedly distorts the facts. We respond briefly below to each of these distortions. [also refers to Trakya Nakliyat ve Dagitim, Trakya Nakliyat ve Ticaret, Anadolu Endüstri Holding]

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