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India overtakes Germany as Coca-Cola's sixth largest market


India has become the sixth largest market for Coca-Cola by volume sales, overtaking Germany as low price points and wider distribution helped the world's largest beverages maker increase sales in the second-most populous country.

We've forced Coca-Cola to back down, now it's PepsiCo's turn!


On June 13 Spain’s High Court ordered the Spanish Coca-Cola Bottler
CCIP to reverse its decision to fire 1,190 workers as a result of their
plans to close 4 plants.

US: Coca-Cola Co agrees territory deal with Coca-Cola Bottling Company United

The Coca-Cola Co has sold a bottler to Alabama’s Coca-Cola Bottling Company United as part of a plan to hand territory to its franchisees.

The company has offloaded Alabama-based Scottsboro Coca-Cola to Coca-Cola United for an undisclosed fee, it was confirmed on May 27.

Dominican Republic: SINATRABEDSA prepares for wage bargaining and optimism advances in labor-management relationship

In July 2014, the National Union of Workers in Dominican Bepensa SA (SINATRABEDSA) and Coca-Cola bottler in the Dominican Republic Bepensa will sit to negotiate wage revision under the collective agreement.

Rafael Vega, General Secretary of SINATRABEDSA, told the IUF that in recent months, the labor-management relationship has improved and that the company has been correcting most of the problems that had been created in the past.

Coca-Cola’s PR strategy overlooks the key to its products’ success – workers

Coca-Cola might be focusing its public relations efforts on improving its health and social image in the eyes of consumers. However, on 5 May the press was more interested in the thousands of Coca-Cola workers who stopped work all over Europe to highlight Coca-Cola’s hypocrisy and condemn its recent formula of job cuts and increasingly precarious, outsourced and forcible “flexible” labour, writes Harald Wiedenhofer.

US: Coca-Cola is reducing its bottler territory

The Coca-Cola Company has agreed to hand over bottler territory to Coca-Cola Bottling Company Consolidated (CCBCC) as part of a plan to expand its franchises' footprint and to reduce its bottler territory.
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