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简体中文: 中资企业在海外投资

Welcome to our information platform on the social and environmental impacts of Chinese companies operating overseas.  It aims to: raise awareness of existing guidelines; increase transparency; and strengthen accountability.  It is within the broader context of our work encouraing companies headquartered in all regions to respect human rights.  More about the platform.

 

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29 February 2012
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Autor/in: Mizzima News

China’s role in the creation of the Sino-Burma oil and natural gas pipelines was praised by Burma’s vice president this week, particularly China’s charity contributions in the project areas...Tin Aung Myint Oo thanked the Chinese companies for donating...

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24 February 2012
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Autor/in: David Stanway, Reuters

China's oil and commodities firms are set to tread more carefully in Africa after being stung by kidnappings, seizures of cargo and, most recently, the expulsion of a chief executive. But they won't pull back. If anything, China will broaden its...

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Antwort
22 February 2012
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21 February 2012
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Autor/in: Reuters

British oil firm Tullow Oil said a long-awaited $2.9 billion deal to bring in French oil major Total and Chinese group CNOOC as partners to develop its oil fields in Uganda closed on Tuesday, paving the way for commercial oil production to start in the...

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17 February 2012
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Autor/in: Michelle Chan, Friends of the Earth

...Crude beginnings describes CNPC’s internal social and environmental governance systems and analyzes the influence that the Chinese government and other stakeholders...wield over the firm...Some of our results were unsurprising...[W]e found that CNPC...

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1 February 2012
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Autor/in: Geert van Vliet et Géraud Magrin, CIRAD, pour l'Agence française de développement

[Le Centre de Ressources sur les Entreprises et les Droits de l'Homme a invité la CNPC à répondre à ce rapport. Sa réponse et disponible (seulement en chinois) dans le document ci-dessous.] Ce livre aborde les facteurs qui influencent la gestion...

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30 January 2012
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Autor/in: Keith Bradsher and Jeffrey Gettleman, New York Times

More than two dozen Chinese road workers have been seized by a Sudanese rebel group, Chinese and Sudanese officials said Sunday, underlining the risks for China in sending ever-greater numbers of its workers into some of the world’s most turbulent...

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26 January 2012
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Autor/in: Inquirer (Philippines)

Environmentalist groups censured a Norwegian mining firm for forging a partnership with a Chinese investors [MCC8 Group] to pursue its Mindoro Nickel Project even as its mining project on Mindoro Island has been found replete with violations…[refers to...

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17 January 2012
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Autor/in: Geert Van Vliet, CIRAD, UMR ART-DEV, France; Géraud Magrin, CIRAD, UMR TETIS, France; Weiyong Yang, Yiran Lin, Fan Wang and Guohuang Liang, University of International Business and Economics, China; Gilbert Maoundonodji and Antoine Doudjidingao, GRAMP-TC, Chad; Romain Dittgen and Marie-Adeline Tavares, Université de Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne, UMR PRODIG

Does the Chinese National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) intend to, and is it in a position to, engage in a race to the bottom regarding environmental standards and norms in Chad’s oil sector?...We will try to argue that...the CNPC is not in a position...

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21 December 2011
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Autor/in: Zimbabwe Metro

Incidents of physical abuse of Zimbabweans while working on Chinese-owned businesses are on the increase in the country, Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) secretary-general, Japhet Moyo has said. Thousands of Zimbabweans employed by the Chinese...

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