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ANZ failed to meet human rights standards: government report

Author: Richard Baker & Nick McKenzie, Sydney Morning Herald, Published on: 11 October 2018

11 October 2018

ANZ Bank failed to meet its own human rights standards when it financed a Cambodian sugar plantation that was linked to forced evictions, child labour and workplace deaths, according to an Australian Government investigation.

The criticism...is made in a report by the Australian National Contact Point...

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