Asia/Pacific

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The Philippines: Sugar farmers, workers declare support for Coca-Cola workers

In a statement issued by Sugar Watch, a national alliance of sugar farmers and sugar workers, the labour policies of Coca-Cola Philippines were denounced as "unfair, unjust and inhuman."

NEWS/PHILIPPINES: Workers reiterate calls vs. Coke ratings scheme

On 26 October the ACCUP Visayas Region and the Coca-Cola Bacolod union held a press conference on the campaign against P3. Read the Daily Star news report online here.

Mass protest at Coca-Cola Philippines head office sends message: Respect workers' rights!

Coca-Cola workers' unions were supported by social movement organizations and youth groups today in a mass rally in front of the headquarters of Coca-Cola Philippines. 

Philippines unions send warning to Coca-Cola FEMSA about more protests & disputes to come

In a mass rally in Manila protesting at the Coca-Cola Philippines headquarters against violations of workers' rights, unions and youth groups also sent a message to the Mexico-based Coca-Cola FEMSA:"Beware (open your eyes) - you might be buying a hornet's nest ... respect workers' rights in the Philippines".

Business Mirror (Philippines): Coca-Cola workers ‘unhappy’ with new company policies

Monday, 22 October 2012 20:18   
by Jonathan L. Mayuga / Reporter 
THE Alliance of Coca-Cola Unions in the Philippines (Accup) is “unhappy” with the way the softdrink giant is spending millions for television commercials and advertisements to project the company’s good image in celebration of its 100 years of its manufacturing existence.

Philippines: APL launches campaign to "Put the Fizz Back in Jobs at Coke"

Alliance of Progressive Labor (APL) - Put the Fizz Back in Jobs at Coke

 

“Every time you open a bottle of Coca-Cola, please remind the company to respect workers’ rights,” this is the plea made by Coca-Cola union leaders this morning during a press conference. They are asking the patrons of the soft drink giant to support their struggle against employment policies that destroys regular jobs.

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