FRANCE: Impasse in Coca-Cola France industrial dispute

By Stuart Todd | 25 April 2008

Efforts to resolve an industrial dispute over wage demand and bonuses at Coca Cola's plant in Dunkirk, which accounts for around 80% of the group's production in France, have reached an impasse.

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Efforts to resolve an industrial dispute over wage demand and bonuses at Coca Cola's plant in Dunkirk, which accounts for around 80% of the group's production in France, have reached an impasse.

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