APPL (Amlgamated Plantations Private)
Headquarters in India
Author: Accountabilitea, India
"Nine Years of Neglect: Deaths of Indian Tea Estates under the World Bank's Watch", 27 April 2018...
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Author: Anirudha Nagar & Jayshree Satpute, Open Democracy
"From Geneva to Guwahati: demanding fair wages for Assam's tea workers", 27 Nov 2017...
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Author: Human Rights Watch
"World Bank: Few Improvements on India’s Tea Plantations", 6 Nov 2017...
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Assam houses nearly 800 plantations and more than 100,000 smaller tea produce 52% of all tea in India and almost 1/6th of the world’s tea. Similar to gardens which together West Bengal, colonial-era labor structures, a faulty trade union, and corpo...
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Author: Amlgamated Plantations Private Limited response
we have examined [the report]… sufficiently to say that it is incorrect and misleading in some parts, which are injurious to our interests and defamatory. Our initial reaction is that you have not mentioned some aspects which should have found a place...
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Author: Aidan Radnedge, Metro [UK]
...[Tetley's] parent company, Tata [part of Tata Group], is facing calls to apologise after a crop sprayer allegedly paid as little as 8p an hour died of suspected poisoning at a plantation in India. Two fellow workers caught up in protests over his...