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Reinstate the CUB 55

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Reinstate the CUB 55! 

To Ari Mervis, Managing Director, SABMiller Asia Pacific and Chief Executive Officer of CUB:

I am outraged that 55 CUB workers have been sacked, and then offered their jobs back but for 35% of their pay. Reinstate these workers with their proper terms and conditions. Until then I won't drink your products. 

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