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21 February 2008

Smart sanctions target Myanmar tycoon

Author: Brian McCartan, Asia Times

The United States...announced earlier this month that it will expand the...sanctions it imposed on individual family members of Myanmar... Those included among the newly blacklisted were members and individuals associated with businessman Tay Za's...

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31 December 2007

Bush Signs Bill Letting States Cut Sudan Investments

Author: Roger Runningen, Bloomberg

President George W. Bush signed legislation today that lets local governments bar the investment of state assets in companies with ties to Sudan... The legislation would make it easier for pension funds to sell their investments and states to prohibit...

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5 October 2007

EU must ban European companies from supporting Burmese regime

Author: Friends of the Earth Europe

Big European companies such as Alcatel, Siemens, Total, Maersk and Rolls-Royce, and a number of timber companies, are still doing business with Burma - despite the Burmese junta's human rights violations and environmental destruction, Friends of the...

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1 October 2007
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1 October 2007

[PDF] Electronics multinationals and labour rights in Mexico

Author: Centre for Reflection and Action on Labour Issues (CEREAL)

This is Cereal’s second report on working conditions in the Mexican electronics industry...this report has been drafted within the context of a dialogue between Cereal and the companies, which have pledged to resolve those problems previously raised by...

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1 October 2007
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Author: Centro de Reflexión y Acción Laboral (CEREAL) [México]

Este es el segundo informe que el Cereal publica sobre condiciones laborales en la industria electrónica de México...este informe surge en un contexto de dialogo entre el Cereal y las empresas, las cuales han prometido resolver los problemas señalados...

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17 September 2007

USA: Report by Human Rights Campaign finds growth in company policies for gay & transgender workers

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17 September 2007

[PDF] full report: "Human Rights Campaign Corporate Equality Index 2008"

Author: Human Rights Campaign [USA]

The Human Rights Campaign Foundation Corporate Equality Index...was devised with corporate diversity leaders, GLBT workplace advocates and employees to provide employers with a roadmap to creating fair workplaces. Each year, we have seen tremendous...

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15 August 2007

As other firms exit, phone companies enter Sudan

Author: Andrew Heavens, Reuters

...[The] booming telecoms market...has proved too tempting for mobile phone companies to resist. For them,...Sudan's western Darfur region [is] not so much a disaster zone as one more unexploited mobile phone market... Sudan's biggest mobile name is...

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8 August 2007

Mobile Service Helps Bring Down Infant Mortality [Mali]

Author: Kelvin Chibomba, oneworld.net

In Coura...it's now possible to monitor the health of local infants...with the launch of a new pilot project dubbed Pesinet. Initiated and funded by Alcatel-Lucent, Fondation Orange Mali, Afrique Initiatives, Medicament Export (Medex) and Kafo Yeredeme...

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