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Indonesia: Bank of China to evaluate Batang Toru hydropower project to promote green finance, fulfill social responsibility
Author: Jakarta Post
"Bank of China to evaluate Batang Toru hydropower plant project", 14 March 2019...
Commentary: Activists protest Batang Turo Dam project's catastrophic impact on communities & biodiversity
Author: Michelle Chang, South China Morning Post
"China's institutions and banks need help from the world's civil society to ensure the Belt and Road Initiative remains green", 10 March 2019 Activists of 12 countries conducted rallies in London, Hong Kong and Nairobi...to protest financing by Ba...
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Latin America: New tool about Chinese environmental and social guidelines for foreign loans and investments
“Manual on Chinese environmental and social guidelines for foreign loans and investments” – September 2018 Most loans, direct investment and trade between China and Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) have been channelled towards the extraction of n...
Latin America: NGO report compares legal frameworks on financial institutions’ behaviour, including Chinese banks in this region
Author: Grupo Regional sobre Financiamiento e Infraestructura, GREFI
Comparative analysis about the legal frameworks on environmental, social and of access to information norms by traditional, emergent and Chinese financial institutions with presence in Latin America....
Latin America: Chinese “Belt and Road” initiative lands in this region to finance and develop infrastructure
While in a first Chinese Dialogue article, progress in investments in infrastructure and other sectors by Chinese State-owned companies are highlighted, NGOs present their allegations on threats to indigenous peoples and local leader associated to...
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BankTrack paper explores responsibilities of banks allegedly contributing to human rights violations through finance
In this briefing paper, BankTrack examines whether private sector banks may have contributed to adverse human rights impacts through their provision of finance. The paper explores eight cases of human rights abuses and the relationship and...
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