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Artikel

23 Okt 2003

Autor:
John Rumbiak, Institute for Human Rights Study and Advocacy, West Papua

Globalization, Rights and Poverty

...Local indigenous Papuans and some of Freeport's U.S.-based institutional investors have criticized such actions and called for an end to the company's support of the Indonesian military, citing the connection between Freeport's financial and logistical assistance and human rights violations. [refers to Freeport-McMoRan, PT Freeport Indonesia, ExxonMobil, Rio Tinto, Shell, Unocal]

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West Papuan human rights activist details concerns about links between Freeport-McMoRan & Indonesian military

Freeport-McMoRan lawsuits (re West Papua)