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Coca-Cola Ukraine workers rally demanding negotiations

The IUF-affiliated Agro-Industrial Workers' Union of Ukraine (AIWU Ukraine) faced for the third time an unreasonable refusal of the Coca-Cola Beverages Ukraine owned by the Coca-Cola Hellenic Group to start negotiations for a collective agreement on August 9, 2017.

Coca-Cola Icecek opens new factory in Turkey

Coca-Cola Icecek (CCI) opens its 10th factory in southern province of Turkey, constituting the last chain of the $1 billion investment plan of the bottler in the last 10 years. CCI came to Isparta with a $110 million investment and will employ 300 people.

Teamsters Canada striking Coca-Cola workers reach agreement

Teamsters Union members employed by Coca-Cola in B.C. ratified a new collective agreement on Thursday, August 10 2017 ending a job action which began on July 24.

All members are expected to be back on the job by Monday August 14.

Coke Femsa loses key Brazil distribution deal; shares slump

Mexico's Coca-Cola Femsa, the world's largest Coke bottler, said it is poised to lose a key distribution contract in Brazil, sending its shares down 5 percent, even as it reported an 11.5 percent jump in quarterly net profit.

Independent unions at Coca-Cola Indonesia rally to demand respect for human rights

Independent unions at Coca-Cola Indonesia, joined by IUF affiliates and other Coca-Cola unions, rallied in front of the Coca-Cola Amatil Indonesia head office on May 8 in defense of the fundamental rights the company continues to systematically violate.

After several weeks of warning strikes German union NGG reaches a successful agreement

The IUF-affiliated German union NGG has been facing extensive restructuring with the closure of many Coca-Cola sites nationwide but even so more drinks are produced each year leading to an increase of productivity by employees of 13.5% from 2015 to 2016.

New Coca-Cola CEO Quincey responds to poor results

James Quincey becomes the new CEO of The Coca-Cola Company on May 1, 2017. In this interview he talks of the sharp sell off of significant chunks of its bottling operations that will drop the company's global direct workforce down to 40,000 or below. See the interview in full by clicking here.

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