AFRICA: Coca-Cola to fund water projects

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 16 March 2009

Coca-Cola Co has said it will spend $30m over the next six years to improve access to safe drinking water across several African communities.

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Coca-Cola Co has said it will spend $30m over the next six years to improve access to safe drinking water across several African communities.

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