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1 Dez 2014

Glencore response

At Glencore, we are committed to seeking transparent, open dialogue and building partnerships with organisations interested in addressing major social and environmental challenges in the countries where we operate. Through our investments in our assets and the long-term commitments we make to the countries in which we operate, we believe that our global presence and economic strength contribute positively to socioeconomic development in our host countries. Many of the unsubstantiated comments made by Public Eye are general statements, with no reference to specific incidents, independent witnesses or research reports. Public Eye does not provide any explanation as to how its opinion has been reached or research conducted...We hope this response will fully address the unfounded allegations that have been presented by Public Eye as a 'nomination' for its 2015 awards...