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Coca-Cola workers meet and visit the Fuenlabrada factory in Madrid

Trade union representatives from four Coca-Cola producing countries in Europe, joined by IUF secretariat representatives met in Madrid on 17 January to show support and solidarity with the struggle of the workers at the Coca-Cola Fuenlabrada factory.

Coca-Cola builds a new plant in India

Hindustan Coca-Cola Beverages Ltd (HCCBL), the bottling arm of Coca-Cola's Bottling Investment Group (BIG), has announced the start of construction for its 25th plant in the country.

Coca-Cola sued for misleading public over healthfulness of drinks

The Center for Science in the Public Interest has filed a lawsuit on 4 January in the federal court in California.

Coke moves away from AB InBev with Africa bottling deal

The Coca Cola Company recently agreed a deal to buy Anheuser-Busch InBev's 54.5% majority stake in their African bottling venture for $3.15 billion and hold onto it until it finds a new owner.

Hong Kong union solidarity with striking Coca-Cola workers on the mainland

The IUF-affiliated Hong Kong Confederation of Trade Unions (HKCTU) held a demonstration on December 2 outside Coca-Cola’s Hong Kong head office in solidarity with striking workers on the mainland.

IUF affiliate in Bolivia signs new agreement with Coca-Cola bottler limiting outsourcing

After five months of intense negotiations, the IUF-affiliated Union of Embol Santa Cruz signed a new collective bargaining agreement with the Bolivian Bottling Unidas fulfilling the expectations of workers.

"It was a difficult negotiation. From the beginning the company maintained its strict position especially in the discussion of economic clauses. But in the end 90 percent of our proposals were approved", said Irguen Loayza, the vice president of the Union Embol Santa Cruz.

Coca-Cola opens bottling plant in Qatar and plans to build new plant in Saudi Arabia

Coca-Cola has inaugurated a new bottling plant in Qatar, a project representing an investment of USD 36 million. The facility, which local press is calling the Al Mana Plant, will produce sparkling and still beverages, as well as its own PET plastic bottles. According to the Coca-Cola Company, it is the 26th Coca-Cola bottling plant to operate in the Middle East since 1942, and its first in Qatar.
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