In Brazil, Two Corporate Giants, a Drought and an Unexpected Partnership

By Cecilia Tornaghi

When a 250-year drought hit São Paulo, established rivals moved from competition to collaboration.

This article is adapted from AQ's latest issue on the politics of water in Latin America | Leer en español 

If there is a shorthand for fierce global corporate competition, Coke versus Pepsi would be it.

But then, there is water.

“In isolation, we wouldn’t reach results,” said Wanessa Scabora, a sustainability manager for Coca-Cola FEMSA...

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