Ronaldo's Coca-Cola snub: sports stars are 'reclaiming their voice'

Ronaldo's Coca-Cola snub: sports stars are 'reclaiming their voice'

When Cristiano Ronaldo and Paul Pogba removed Coca-Cola and Heineken bottles during Euro 2020 press conferences, it showed sports stars are rejecting sponsors' products that fail to correspond to their personal values, analysts say.
Beverage battle fizzes up for domestic and foreign players

Beverage battle fizzes up for domestic and foreign players

Non-alcoholic beverage producers in Vietnam have reported impressive growth thanks to the large space for development, which is the basis for both foreign and domestic players’ long-term investment commitment.
Coca-Cola’s commitment to inspire protection of water

Coca-Cola’s commitment to inspire protection of water

For Coca-Cola, water is not only a key ingredient in its beverages but also a critical resource for local communities and ecosystems. In the coming years, water scarcity, quality challenges and climate impacts are expected to grow in Vietnam with increased incidents of water stress, floods and droughts.
Coca-Cola continues tax haggle with GDT

Coca-Cola continues tax haggle with GDT

The long-standing dispute between Vietnamese tax authorities and foreign-invested enterprises continues to rumble on, with many companies suffering legal setbacks in a bid to avoid tax obligations.
Coca-Cola to cut 2,200 jobs globally

Coca-Cola to cut 2,200 jobs globally

Coca-Cola said Thursday it will cut 2,200 jobs as part of a restructuring as it prepares for a better post-pandemic market in 2021 following this year's sales hit.
US tax authority prevails in dispute with Coca-Cola

US tax authority prevails in dispute with Coca-Cola

A US court mostly sided with tax authorities in a dispute with Coca-Cola over how the soda giant reports income from some overseas markets, according to a ruling this week.
Coca-Cola to cut 4,000 jobs after Covid-19 hits Q2 profits

Coca-Cola to cut 4,000 jobs after Covid-19 hits Q2 profits

Coca-Cola announced Friday it will cut 4,000 jobs in North America as part of a reorganization following a rough second quarter in which Covid-19 slashed profits.
Coca-Cola results hit by halt to pro sports, live events

Coca-Cola results hit by halt to pro sports, live events

Coca-Cola reported a steep drop in second-quarter profits Tuesday due to a big decline in away-from-home consumption, especially during the height of the coronavirus lockdowns.
UNESCO launches programme seeking innovative ideas for ocean without plastic in Vietnam

UNESCO launches programme seeking innovative ideas for ocean without plastic in Vietnam

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) in cooperation with the Cu Lao Cham - Hoi An World Biosphere Reserve officially launched in Hanoi on July 14 a call for Youth Innovative Ideas for an Ocean without Plastic.
VW, Adidas, Puma join Facebook ad boycott over hate speech

VW, Adidas, Puma join Facebook ad boycott over hate speech

German giants Volkswagen, Puma and Adidas on Tuesday joined a growing advertiser boycott over hate speech against Facebook, following major consumer companies like Levi's and Coca-Cola.
Social media ad boycott blows $56 billion of Facebook market valuation

Social media ad boycott blows $56 billion of Facebook market valuation

Facebook has lost $56 billion of its market value after news of a boycott by hundreds of global brands came to light.
Sharing community values for sustainable development

Sharing community values for sustainable development

With economies like Vietnam developing rapidly across all sectors, environmental protection becomes more and more important. Among the many foreign-invested enterprises active in the country, Coca-Cola Vietnam is leading exemplary implementation practices that not only protect the environment but also support society as a whole.
Coca-Cola's “For The Human Race” film pays tribute to positivity and togetherness

Coca-Cola's “For The Human Race” film pays tribute to positivity and togetherness

In celebration of International Workers’ Day, Coca-Cola today released a short film offering an ode to humanity and the human spirit in these challenging times.
Coca-Cola, PepsiCo, and P&G sued for contributing to plastic crisis

Coca-Cola, PepsiCo, and P&G sued for contributing to plastic crisis

Coca-Cola, PepsiCo, and Procter & Gamble are being sued by Earth Island Institute for pollution and misleading consumers about the recyclability of plastic.
Coca-Cola Vietnam committed to full compliance with local tax rules

Coca-Cola Vietnam committed to full compliance with local tax rules

Peeyush Sharma, general director of Coca-Cola Vietnam, has refuted allegations of tax evasion, highlighting the company's positive record in the country.
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