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Archer Daniels Midland

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1 January 2004

Codes of conduct: New report examines their effectiveness & points to need for greater U.S. government support

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1 January 2004

[PDF] full report: "Promoting International Worker Rights through Private Voluntary Initiatives: Public Relations or Public Policy?" - A Report to the U.S. Dept. of State

Author: Elliot J. Schrage, commissioned by University of Iowa Center for Human Rights (UICHR)

[refers to soccer ball companies Adidas, Brine, Franklin, Mitre, Mizuno, Moltex Sporting Goods, Nike, Reebok, Saga Sports, Umbro; coffee industry companies Kraft (part of Altria), Nestlé, Procter & Gamble, Sara Lee, Starbucks; toy-related...

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29 May 2003

U.S. Agency to Be Cited in Suit About Trade and Child Labor

Author: Elizabeth Becker, New York Times

An international labor rights group announced today that it planned to sue the United States Customs Service for breaking American trade law and allowing African cocoa picked by indentured child labor [in Côte d'Ivoire] to be imported into this...

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8 April 2003

2 Companies Said to Agree to Settle Suits on Emissions [USA]

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8 April 2003

2 Companies Said to Agree to Settle Suits on Emissions [USA]

Author: Jennifer Lee, New York Times

Alcoa and Archer Daniels Midland have agreed to settle federal air pollution complaints by upgrading smelters and other factories at a cost the government estimates at $700 million

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8 April 2003

EPA, Cos. Settle Clean Air Violations [USA]

Author: Associated Press

The New York Times reported on its Web site Tuesday night that the agreement has been reached with Alcoa and Archer Daniels Midland. The EPA would not confirm the identities of the companies due to a confidentiality agreement.

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14 February 2003

Bittersweet Chocolate

Author: Caroline Tiger, Salon.com

The most recent survey of conditions on West African cocoa farms...estimated that nearly 300,000 children work in dangerous conditions on cocoa farms in the four countries surveyed -- Ivory Coast, Nigeria, Ghana and Cameroon...Despite committing...

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