INDIA: Coca-Cola cleared of pollution charges in India

By Kevin Jacobs | 17 January 2008

The Energy Resources Institute (TERI) of India has cleared Coca-Cola India of allegations that its manufacturing plants were polluting nearby water resources.

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The Energy Resources Institute (TERI) of India has cleared Coca-Cola India of allegations that its manufacturing plants were polluting nearby water resources.

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