What happens when U.S. companies sell their South African operations?
South Africa Review Service, 1987 - Corporations, American - 16 pages
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according to union affirmative action programs African company buys Ahead Foundation Amalgamated Beverage Industries Andrew Levy argued assets of departing attitudes black advancement black community black investors black ownership black trade unions bottling plant buys the U.S. challenge apartheid Coca-Cola commitment to black community development CONDITIONS AND AFFIRMATIVE cutback dealings with unions departing companies director told IRRC disinvestment ESOPs foreign companies former U.S. subsidiaries funds HAPPENS WHEN U.S. Investment group Investor Responsibility Research ISM's joint venture Kilimanjaro Investments labor practices labor/management relations management buyout managing director minimum wage Murray & Roberts owners ownership scheme Pepsico post-disinvestment purchase the bottling RELATIONS WITH UNIONS report Responsibility Research Center SELL THEIR SOUTH social responsibility projects South African company South African firms SOUTH AFRICAN OPERATIONS Soweto Investment Trust strike Sullivan signers Thula Tidwell U.S. COMPANIES SELL U.S. firms U.S. OPERATIONS U.S. parent U.S.-owned firms union officials union representatives union shop stewards Urban Foundation workers