Cola could help the innocent village of kala dera it

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Cola could help the innocent village of Kala Dera; it could re-locate the plant to an area where water shortages are not a problem or it could store water from previous seasons. There is still no doubt at all that Coca-Cola is one of the most popular drinks around the world, however, it seems as if the corporation does not apply ethics when it comes to treating its employees. In the documentary, “The Coca-Cola Case,” young workers in developing countries such as Mexico explain how Coca-Cola does not always provide them with everything they need. Although they are happy that the company provides them with a truck to deliver the drinks, it is not completely fair that these poor workers have to pay for the truck everyday. Furthermore, they have very little money to cover for the
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expenses of lost or broken bottles/crates, or when a client forgets a crate. Even after working, the young employees barely make enough money to take home because most of it contributes to paying for uniforms, insurance, and expenses. The unfairness towards the poor Coca-Cola workers can simply be changed; Coca-Cola, a very wealthy corporation that made about $11.81 billion in its net income over the past year (stated on the Coca-Cola website), can definitely be kind to give its workers in third world countries a few benefits. For example, the large corporation could cover costs for lost/damaged items,
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