Coca-Cola Forced to Abandon India Bottling Plant Plans
Amy Kazmin
Financial Times
April 22, 2015

New Delhi: Coca-Cola has been forced to abandon plans to build a new bottling plant in India’s southern state of Tamil Nadu after fierce resistance from local farmers, who feared that the US-based beverages company would use local groundwater for its fizzy drinks and cause a precipitous fall in the water table. Read the rest at the Financial Times site.

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