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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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22 June 2010
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Autor/in: Nicholas Bariyo, Dow Jones

Zambia's Ministry of Mines and Minerals Development has dispatched a team of inspectors to investigate an accident at Chinese-owned Collum Coal Mine which left at least 22 miners injured Sunday, a government official said Tuesday... Collum Coal Mine.....

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21 June 2010
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Autor/in: Zambia News & Information Services

22 miners were seriously injured in an underground mine accident at the Chinese Coal Mine (CCM) in Sinazongwe in Southern Province on Sunday…Both CCM spokesperson and Sinazongwe District Commissioner Oliver Pelete confirmed the development to ZANIS…The...

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10 June 2010
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Autor/in: Justine Nolan, deputy director of Australian Human Rights Centre, University of New South Wales, in Sydney Morning Herald

As Bhopal and Foxconn show, multinationals can evade responsibility.Twenty-five years [ago]...a deadly gas leak from Union Carbide's [now part of Dow] factory in Bhopal, India, killed more than 3000 people...Which company should be liable? Union...

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8 June 2010
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Autor/in: Ghana News Agency

Tension is mounting among the 221 Ghanaian workforce of the China Jiangxi International and Technical Cooperation (CJIC) engaged on the Akatsi-Tadzewu-Dzodze-Akanu road over alleged bad treatment by the Chinese management. The workers accused...

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3 May 2010
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Autor/in: Pierre Eric Mbog Batassi, Afrik.com

[Title translation, and the following summary of the article's key points, provided by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre; original article in French follows.] The Chinese company Addax Petroleum [part of Sinopec] has been found responsible...

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13 April 2010
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Autor/in: Human Rights Watch

Angola has not done enough to combat pervasive corruption and mismanagement, Human Rights Watch said in a report…"Transparency and Accountability in Angola: An Update," documents how the government took only limited steps to improve transparency after...

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20 March 2010
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Autor/in: Ilya Gridneff, AAP

Papua New Guinea landowners have won a David and Goliath battle to freeze a Chinese nickel miner's construction of a massive pipeline to dump waste into the sea. The national court in Madang on Friday ordered work to stop on the nickel mine's...

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16 March 2010
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2 March 2010
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Autor/in: Kachin Development Networking Group

...the Chinese government has failed to reply to numerous public appeals from affected peoples...highlighting concerns including the forced displacement of 15,000 people and the likelihood of a disastrous dam break in an earthquake-prone area...The...

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26 January 2010
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Autor/in: AFP

A Chinese construction group [China Railway Engineering (CREC)] is inflicting "unacceptable" working conditions on its Congolese labourers in the Democratic Republic of Congo, a leading African human rights group [African Association for the Defence of...

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