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Company non-response
12 July 2015
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Business & Human Rights Resource Centre (Le Centre de Ressources sur les Entreprises et les Droits de l'Homme) a invité la CNPC à répondre aux allégations mentionnnées dans le rapport mais elle n'a pas répondu.

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7 July 2015

Niger: NGO report details harms to health, livelihoods & other human rights of mining, oil & gas operations

A leading NGO in Niger, Réseau des Organisations pour la transparence et l'Analyse Budgétaire (Network of Organizations for Transparency and Budgetary Analysis, or ROTAB) published a "baseline study" on Business and Human Rights: The case of...

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6 July 2015
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19 June 2015
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Une grande ONG du Niger, Le Réseau des Organisations pour la transparence et l'Analyse Budgétaire (ROTAB) a publié une étude de référence sur "Entreprises et droits de l'homme: cas des industries extractives du Niger" (publiée en décembre 2014). Elle a...

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20 May 2015

South Sudan: Fighting over control of oil fields escalates as rebels warn oil companies to shut operations to starve govt. of revenue

Author: Aggrey Mutambo, Daily Nation (Kenya)

"South Sudan rebels ask oil firms to leave"...

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11 May 2015

China: CNPC Lanzhou subsidiary agrees to pay US$16 million after being criticized for several air & water polluting incidents

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20 April 2015

Myanmar: Kyaukphyu Special Economic Zone risks displacing local communities, civil society warns

Author: Daniel Aguirre & Vani Sathisan (International Commission of Jurists) for Asian Correspondent

"Kyaukphyu: History to repeat itself in Burma’s newest Special Economic Zone?", 20 Apr 2015...

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17 April 2015

China: Report shows Chinese firms are socially more responsible in Latin America than peers

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15 April 2015

China unveils landmark plan to curb water pollution

Author: Liu Qin, China Dialogue

China will from late 2016 ban industrial plants, paper mills and refineries that pollute the country’s water supplies...Under the long-awaited ‘Ten-point water plan’, China’s cabinet said it aims to lift the share of good quality water...to more than...

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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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