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Campaign by Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU) raising health & safety concerns about women promoting beer brands in Asia (especially in Cambodia) & company responses

In May 2006, the Australian Council of Trade Unions launched a campaign against multinational beer companies' "exploitation" of young women promoting their brands. The Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited each company mentioned in the campaign to respond to the concerns. The companies' responses (or non-responses) are available below. [Companies that responded: Carlsberg, Heineken, InBev (Bass, Beck's, Stella Artois), San Miguel. No response from Anheuser-Busch (Budweiser)]

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