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Coca-Cola: A Transnational Corporation

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Cheung Fong

on 28 April 2014

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The Coca-Cola Company
Coca-Cola: A Transnational Corporation
Altogether 1.7 billion servings of coke products are consumed every day.

Do you recognize this brand?
John Pemberton - The guy who put coke in Coke
People all around the world know Coca-Cola
Thank You!
Did you know?
Labeled locations are where Coke is
NOT
sold

OMG, right?
LDCs
Coca-Cola offers free training and education
Coca-Cola provides community schemes in numerous LDCs (e.g. Africa and Bangladesh)
New jobs are introduced (yay!)
Growth in economy (profit for host country, etc.)
Advantages
Disadvantages
Working conditions in the bottling firms can be very harsh
Workers do not receive benefits
Risk of losing job
Adds to water stress
Pollution
MDCs
Advantages
As the Coca-Cola Company makes more money, the American government collects more money.
Through overseas investments, MDCs are able to bond with other MDCs
Disadvantages
Loss of jobs
Economic recession
From this case study, we reached a little deeper into the world of TNCs. We found that TNCs not only benefits MDCs, it benefits LDCs too. TNCs are a vital part contributing to the global economy.
Conclusion
Creator of Coke
Around the globe
Impacts of Coca-Cola on LDCs & MDCs
Hi!
Peter Chan (1), Aries Cheong (6), Otto Cheung (7), Cheung Fong (9), Jason Fu (15) and Ian Kam (16)
Hi!
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