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29 Mai 2003

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Friends of the Earth

G8 countries failing to halt corporate bad practices, ‘Corporate G8’ briefing shows

As the leaders of the world’s richest nations gather in Evian, France, for the G8 Summit of June 1-3, Friends of the Earth International today published a new briefing highlighting the gap between the rhetoric of ‘corporate social responsibility’ and the reality experienced by the victims of corporate bad practice. The briefing published today, ‘Corporate G8’, focuses on case studies showing the damage some well-known multinational companies from G8 countries are causing to local communities.