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22 July 2002
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Autor/in: Jakarta Post

Following a violent clash with security personnel on Thursday, hundreds of striking workers from a PT Budi Dharma Godam Perkasa (BDGP)-owned oil palm plantation in North Lampung have threatened to take over the 2000-hectare plantation because of the...

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1 February 2002
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Autor/in: Down to Earth Newsletter

Three of the biggest banks in the Netherlands - ABN AMRO, Rabobank and Fortis - have agreed to stop or substantially restrict financing for oil palm development in Indonesia on environmental and social grounds.

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1 February 2002
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Autor/in: Down to Earth Newsletter

The pattern of human rights violations arising from land conflicts during the Suharto era still persists today, more than three years since the dictator was forced to resign...In West Papua investors are being encouraged to take advantage of the...

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19 November 2001
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Autor/in: Susan Wennemyr, SocialFunds.com

Three major Dutch banks [ABN AMRO, Rabobank, and Fortis Bankhave] announced they will restrict loans for palm oil plantation development in Indonesia that results in tropical rainforest destruction.

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1 November 2001
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Autor/in: Ricardo Carrere, International Coordinator of the World Rainforest Movement, for CorpWatch

...Since its inception, the WTO has undermined the agreements reached in Rio by replacing the environmental agenda with the corporate push for indiscriminate international trade...[I]n the tropics...increased trade of all sorts of goods -- ranging from...

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1 September 2001
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Autor/in: WRM Bulletin, World Rainforest Movement

Soap, lipsticks, chocolate or perfumes are difficult to perceive as products associated to deforestation and human rights abuses in the tropics. However, this can easily be the case when one of their components is palm oil, though few people outside...

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1 August 2001
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Autor/in: Down to Earth Newsletter

Communities in Kalimantan are trying to secure fair compensation for lands and resources from two oil palm plantation companies funded by CDC, the British private investment agency. Although some moves towards negotiations have been made, CDC still...

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12 July 2001
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Autor/in: The Star [Malaysia]

Eight oil palm plantations around Sibu, which defied the ban on open burning, will face prosecution in court.

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Artikel
1 May 2001
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Autor/in: Down to Earth Newsletter

The government's plan to expand oil palm plantations could founder because it fails to address the underlying question of community rights to farmland and forests. Oil palm remains a central plank of Indonesia's economic recovery strategy despite...

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1 November 2000
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Autor/in: Down to Earth Newsletter

On 25 August 2000, police shot indiscriminately into a crowd of people gathered outside the factory gates of oil palm company PT Permata Hijau Sawit (PT PHS) in Mananti village, Sosa sub-district, South Tapanuli

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