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9 September 2013

[PDF] Business & human rights in Latin America & the Caribbean – A round-up of recent developments

Author: Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

This briefing highlights reports from a range of sources about how businesses have impacted human rights, positively and negatively, in Latin America & the Caribbean over the past two years. The briefing refers to most countries in Latin America....

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9 September 2013
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Author: Centro de Información sobre Empresas y Derechos Humanos

Este informe destaca los reportes de un variado rango de fuentes sobre los impactos (negativos y positivos) de las empresas sobre los derechos humanos en América Latina y el Caribe, en los dos últimos años. El informe hace referencia a la mayoría de...

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30 July 2013

Brazil: Congressional bill would be ‘unmitigated disaster’ for Indians

Author: Survival Intl.

Brazil’s Congress is currently debating a controversial bill to open up indigenous territories for mining, dams, army bases and other industrial projects. If it becomes law, the bill would be an ‘unmitigated disaster’ for Brazil’s Indians...[who] rely...

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25 July 2013

US ruling on resources may impact Indian businesses

Author: Sudeep Chakravarti, LiveMint & Wall Street Journal

Can a court ruling in the US on use of conflict minerals from the Democratic Republic of Congo...have a bearing on how businesses may be forced to conduct themselves in India and other parts of South Asia...In a world where matters of business and...

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Company response
23 July 2013

Bunge response to items raising concerns about Bunge’s operations in land allegedly of the Guarani tribe in Brazil

Author: Bunge

Bunge has responded to public questions concerning this issue on multiple occasions, including in a letter to Survival International dated 9 September 2012...The lands in question are not owned by Bunge, and the sugarcane sourcing contracts were...

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1 July 2013

Guarani tribe vs US food giant [Brazil]

Author: Survival Intl.

US food giant Bunge is sourcing sugarcane from the ancestral land of Brazil’s Guarani tribe...buying the crop from farmers who have developed vast plantations on the land where the Guarani’s forests once stood. The Indians, having been evicted from...

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Company response
12 September 2012

Response by Bunge: Oxfam report raises concerns about impacts of Archer Daniels Midland, Bunge, Cargill & Louis Dreyfus trading activities on small farmers in poor countries, their access to land & impact on women.

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24 August 2012

[PDF] Comments on “Cereal Secrets: The world’s largest grain traders and global agriculture”

Author: Bunge

We would agree that there are many fundamental causes for movements in agricultural commodity prices. While it is undeniable that there have been major inflows of funds into the commodity futures markets in recent years, at their heart the derivative...

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3 August 2012

[PDF] Cereal Secrets: The world's largest grain traders and global agriculture

Author: Sophia Murphy, Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy, David Burch, University of Queensland, Jennifer Clapp, University of Waterloo, for Oxfam

The major traders, Archer Daniels Midland (ADM), Bunge, Cargill and Louis Dreyfus, collectively known as the ABCD traders, share a significant presence in a range of basic commodities, controlling, for example, as much as 90 per cent of the global...

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1 July 2011

Tax avoidance "as big an issue as sweatshops" says ActionAid at launch of report on how companies can commit to "Tax Responsibility"

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