The US company said that some 24,000 of the 60,000 workers employed by its African bottlers, and their spouses, would now be eligible for the benefits including access to anti-retroviral AIDS drugs. Employees are likely to have to pay a small part of the costs of the new programme, but the stipulations will vary from company to company.

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