Hong Kong: Coca-Cola workers fighting for democracy and collective bargaining at their workplace

The Hong Kong Confederation of Trade Unions (HKCTU) organized an annual rally and march on December 7, 2014 to call for the right to collective bargaining and to demand 7% pay rise.

Dominican Republic: Coca-Cola workers progress for collective bargaining agreement

The National Union of Workers of Bepensa Dominicana SA (Sinatrabedsa) and the Coca Cola in Dominican Republic (Bepensa) have been exchanging positions and are open to dialogue. However, the IUF affiliated Sinatrabedsa is not willing to renounce acquired rights during collective bargaining  negotiations.

Workers of Coca-Cola Germany: We're worth more!

The IUF affiliated Food, Beverages and Catering Union of Germany (NGG) published a resolution about the business strategies of Coca-Cola Erfrischungsgetränke AG (CCE AG) and possible impacts  of these strategies on Coca-Cola workers.  You can find the resolution in the following languages : English, German and French.

SABMiller and Coca-Cola's mega merger to form joint bottling venture in Africa

The Coca-Cola Company, SABMiller plc and Gutsche Family Investments (GFI, majority shareholders in Coca-Cola Sabco) have agreed to combine the bottling operations of their non-alcoholic ready-to-drink beverages businesses in Southern and East Africa.
 
The new company will be the largest Coca-Cola bottler in Africa, and it will be the 10th largest globally. It will operate in 12 African countries, with market leadership positions in most and will account for approximately 40% of Coca-Cola volumes in Africa.

Coca-Cola wades into milk business with 'Fairlife' and expects to rain money!

Big soda companies have already gotten into the water business and the juice business. Now Coca-Cola is expanding into the milk business with a new product that it's claiming is more nutritious than regular milk but will cost twice as much.

Coca Cola Plans Investments in Indonesia to Strengthen Business

One of the world's leading beverage producers, The Coca Cola Company (TCCC), plans to allocate between USD $600 million and USD $1 billion for business expansion in Indonesia. This investment will be undertaken by TCCC and its Australia-based subsidiary Coca Cola Amatil (CCA).

Coke Unveils Broader Cost-Cutting Plan

It's no picnic at Coke these days. As it posted a 14% drop in earnings, Coca-Cola Co. unveiled a broader cost-cutting program and warned it doesn't expect to meet its previous financial targets. The beverage giant again reported lackluster soda volume and struggled with currency headwinds.
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