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15 Jul 2014

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Oxfam Australia

Cambodia: Oxfam condemns ANZ’s cutting of ties with Phnom Penh Sugar; says bank still has responsibility to ensure adequate compensation

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“ANZ should not leave Cambodian community ‘high and dry’”, 8 July 2014

Oxfam has condemned ANZ’s cutting of ties to the Cambodian sugar company implicated in the use of child labour and causing food shortages after forcing hundreds of families off their land…Oxfam Australia Chief Executive Dr Helen Szoke said the bank still had a responsibility to work to ensure adequate compensation for the communities affected…“Families are still without adequate food, denied access to their land and highly vulnerable to violence and intimidation. There are concerns by groups working closely with the community that ANZ cutting and running will make people more vulnerable to the abusive practices of Phnom Penh Sugar and less likely to get justice for the human rights violations in which it is involved.”…

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