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Article
1 March 2007

[PDF] full report: "Undue Influence: Corporations Gain Ground in Battle over China's New Labor Law"

Author: Global Labor Strategies

Corporations operating in China are claiming success in pressuring the Chinese government to weaken or abandon significant pro-worker reforms it had proposed... Now both the American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai (AmCham) and the US-China Business...

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Article
30 January 2007

Global Supply Chain: Four of the World’s Largest Retailers Form Coalition to Promote Acceptable Working Conditions for Global Supply Base

Author: SupplyChainDigest

Tesco is...joining...Wal-Mart,...Carrefour, and...Metro Stores to promote uniform and acceptable working conditions for their offshore supply base. The move comes three months after Tesco...received negative publicity after a national U.K. news report...

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Article
19 January 2007

From Competition to Cooperation: Companies Collaborate on Social and Environmental Issues

Author: Bill Baue, SocialFunds.com

Competition may drive capitalism, but cooperation is gaining ground as an important business strategy for addressing social and environmental issues that impact companies across the board. Increasingly, companies are joining forces not only with...

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Company non-response
17 January 2007

Carrefour did not respond to: Labor groups raise concerns about positions of multinational & their business organizations regarding China’s proposed labour law reform.

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Article
17 January 2007
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Author: Terra Actualidad - Europa Press

Las grandes cadenas de supermercados de todo el mundo, entre ellos Walt Mart...Tesco...Carrefour...Hipermercados Metro, de la cadena peruana Wong...[y] Migros se han unido --a iniciativa de ésta última-- para luchar contra los abusos laborales con la...

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Article
11 January 2007

Big retailers unify to fight labour abuses

Author: Financial Times

The world's largest retailers have for the first time agreed on a unified set of workplace standards aimed at eliminating problems such as child labour and unpaid wages in their vast global supply chains. Wal-Mart, Tesco, Carrefour and Metro...have...

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11 January 2007

Retailers including Wal-Mart, Tesco, Carrefour agree on unified set of supply chain labour standards - labour advocates concerned that they were not consulted

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1 January 2007

The Dalai Lama 2007 Australia Tour

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Article
6 December 2006

Corporations Must Be Truly Accountable - NGO demand for regulation is supported by a broad range of stakeholders

Author: FIDH (Intl. Federation for Human Rights) & European Commission for Corporate Justice

The European Coalition for Corporate Justice and FIDH today propose that a legal framework is developed to ensure that corporations behave in a socially and environmentally sustainable way. They see the CSR approach adopted by the European Commission...

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Article
29 November 2006

Conference: Toward a regulatory approach to Corporate Social Responsibility - Brussels - 06 December 2006

Author: ECCJ (European Coalition for Corporate Justice)

The Conference “Towards a Regulatory Approach to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)” organised by the ECCJ (the European Coalition for Corporate Justice) and the FIDH (Fédération Internationale des ligues des droits de l’Homme) will provide a forum...

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