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CNPC is the government-owned parent company of publicly listed PetroChina, which was created in November 1999 as part of the restructuring of CNPC.

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5 April 2005

Harvard to sell its stake in firm tied to Sudan

Author: Marcella Bombardieri, Boston Globe

Under mounting pressure from student activists, Harvard University announced yesterday that it will sell an estimated $4.4 million stake in PetroChina, whose parent company is closely tied to the Sudanese government, accused by the United States of...

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21 April 2005

CNPC will not inject Sudan into PetroChina-source

Author: Reuters

China National Petroleum Corp (CNPC) will leave its oilfields in politically risky Sudan out of the assets it plans to inject into its flagship listed unit PetroChina, a source close to the plan said... Analysts have expressed concerns that an...

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10 May 2005

U.S. schools pressed to dump stocks linked to Sudan

Author: Reuters

The International Crisis Group has asked 100 U.S. universities to consider divesting any stocks they may hold in companies doing business in Sudan, in protest at the government's treatment of civilians in Darfur, the nonprofit advocacy group said on...

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25 May 2005

Investing in Atrocity: The Cost of Doing Business with Khartoum

Author: Joanne Mariner, Human Rights Watch, in FindLaw's Writ

Although the [UN Security Council] has passed four resolutions on Sudan in less than a year, none has touched the country's business interests. The multinational oil companies that help Khartoum reap over a billion dollars in annual oil revenues...

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1 June 2005

Students and States Seek to End Genocide in Sudan Through Divestment Campaigns

Author: William Baue, SocialFunds.com

Students urge Stanford University to follow in the footsteps of Harvard University by divesting, and urge California senators to pass legislation like Illinois did...testimonials [of atrocities] prove convincing in campaigns to divest from companies...

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1 June 2005
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Author: Save the Children UK

[donne un classement de 25 entreprises: Amerada Hess, BP, ChevronTexaco (Chevron), CNPC, ConocoPhillips, Devon Energy, Eni, ExxonMobil, Lion Energy, Lukoil, Nexen, Norsk Hydro, Paladin Resources, PetroChina, Petronas, Premier Oil, Repsol YPF, Santos,...

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4 July 2005

The Chinese in Africa

Author: Lindsey Hilsum, Channel 4 News [UK]

"They just come and do it. We don't start to hold meetings about environmental impact assessment, human rights, bad governance and good governance. I'm not saying that's right, I'm just saying Chinese investment is succeeding because they don't set...

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19 September 2005

Seeking oil in troubled waters -Amid global shortages and price rises, what China is paying for its imported oil could involve much more than just cash

Author: Antoaneta Bezlova, Inter Press Service

China's strategy of tapping new oil reserves in some countries, blacklisted by the United States as troublesome, is meeting increasing political resistance from Washington. [refers to China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC), China National...

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8 November 2005

Companies linked with Burma

Author: Intl. Confederation of Free Trade Unions

Updated on Tuesday, November 08, 2005. This list is not exhaustive. We are ready to correct any factual errors which it may contain. As we receive information on further companies which are active in Burma we will approach them in the same way and,...

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15 November 2005

Death toll in Jilin blasts rises to 5 [China]

Author: Xinhua

The death toll from Sunday's chemical plant explosions in Jilin Province rose to five as rescuers found the remains of more workers, authorities said yesterday. Another plant employee remained missing and was feared dead. At least 70 people were hurt...

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