Coca-Cola India operations are fully integrated into the governance structure of The Coca-Cola Company, including two important codes:
(a) The Code of Business Conduct outlines expectations for employees to comply with the law and act ethically in all matters. The Code remains applicable to all employees of The Coca-Cola Company and its majority-owned subsidiaries. More details on the code can be accessed at our corporate website
Anti-Bribery Policy: The Coca-Cola Company and its subsidiaries are committed to doing business with integrity. This means avoiding corruption of all kinds, including bribery of government officials. We will abide by all applicable anti-bribery laws, including the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, and local laws in every country in which it does business. The Company is a signatory to the United Nations Global Compact, by which it is committed to work against corruption and bribery around the world. The Company also has incorporated a prohibition against bribery into its Code of Business Conduct. This anti-bribery policy provides compliance requirements to prevent improper payments and to ensure accurate reporting of permissible payments under all applicable anti-bribery laws.

(b) The Code of Business Conduct for Suppliers seeks to extend and clarify similar ethical expectations to our suppliers. The Supplier Code became effective in February 2008. Both the Code of Business Conduct and the Supplier Code highlight the EthicsLine reporting service, through which individuals can confidentially ask questions or report concerns to an independent administering party. More details on the Code of Business Conduct for Suppliers can be accessed at

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