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6 November 2019

China should take action against human rights abuses for Belt and Road projects, analyst says

Author: William Nee, Amnesty International

“Time for China to take action against human rights abuses on its Belt and Road projects”, 3 November 2019...

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30 October 2019

Locals voice concern as Ramu mine reopens after toxic slurry spill

Author: Benjamin Robinson-Drawbridge, Radio New Zealand

"Controversial PNG mine reopens but locals unhappy", 30 October 2019. ...

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11 October 2019

Papua New Guinea: Chinese-owned Ramu Nickel spills 200,000 litres of toxic slurry into the sea; co. commits to address compensation

A Chinese nickel mine operator accidentally spilled an estimated 200,000 litres of toxic slurry into a bay in Papua New Guinea's Madang province. The plant operator, Ramu Nickel, which is owned by the Metallurgical Corp of China (MCC), said that it is...

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20 July 2019
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Author: 塞班论坛报(美国)


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15 July 2019

USA: Labour case against Imperial Pacific and its contractors to proceed in Saipan

Author: Saipan Tribune (USA)

"Labor case vs IPI, its two contractors can proceed", 26 June 2019...

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15 April 2019
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Author: 秘鲁支持小组


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16 June 2018

Citigroup to limit financing for mines that dispose of tailings waste at sea; follows NGO campaign

Author: Jim Tan, Mongabay

"Citigroup limits financing for mines that dump tailings at sea", 12 June 2019...

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6 August 2017

Bolivia:  Indigenous peoples denounce negative impacts by oil and energy industries

Author: El Día

…Testimonies from three regions in the country, in the voices of indigenous peoples, inform of a strong opposition to mining, hydro-carbon and mega hydroelectric dams’ projects...The political authority of the Turco…reported…that…the Cuprita I mine ...

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17 April 2017

Chinese construction workers building casino on Saipan protest over unpaid wages after FBI cites construction firm for illegally importing labour

Author: Farah Master, Reuters (UK)

Saipan casino workers protest for payment as FBI cites illegal labour, 14 Apr 2017...

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29 March 2015

[PDF] Chinese companies reporting in EITI implementing countries

Author: EITI International Secretariat

Chinese companies operating in the 48 EITI implementing countries are…required to disclose information in accordance with the EITI Standard. This includes information about how much they pay to the governments…it also includes oil and mining...

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