Coca-Cola Closes Plant in India
By Preetika Rana
The Wall Street Journal
February 10, 2016

NEW DELHI — Coca-Cola Co. has closed a bottling plant in north India that activists had campaigned against, signaling challenges the U.S. beverage giant faces as it seeks to expand in the world’s second-most populous nation.

Activists blame the facility for depleting groundwater and undermining agriculture in region.

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