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1 September 2008

[PDF] China in Burma: The Increasing Investment of Chinese Multinational Corporations in Burma’s Hydropower, Oil and Natural Gas, and Mining Sectors

Author: EarthRights International

EarthRights International (ERI) has identified at least 69 Chinese multinational corporations (MNCs) involved in at least 90 hydropower, oil and natural gas, and mining projects in Burma...In pursuit of Burma’s natural resources, China has provided...

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1 April 2008

[PDF] Africa: China's Environmental Footprint

Author: Peter Bosshard, Policy Director, International Rivers

China has great strategic interests in Africa, and Africa will benefit from a continued strengthening of its cooperation with China. Such South-South cooperation will promote growth and much-needed investment. However, as China's domestic experience...

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4 February 2008
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Author: coalition d'11 ONG y compris Global Witness, Mines Alertes Canada, Broederlijk Delen, Forum de la Société Civile Congolaise, Rights and Accountability in Development

...[Une] coalition internationale d'organisations non gouvernementales prévient que le processus d'examen des contrats miniers en RDC (République démocratique du Congo) a été « détourné ». Les ONG déclarent ainsi qu'il est de plus en plus manifeste que...

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4 February 2008

NGOs fear that DRC [Dem. Rep. of Congo] mining contract review process has been hijacked

Author: coalition of 11 NGOs including Global Witness, MiningWatch Canada, Broederlijk Delen, Forum de la Société Civile Congolaise, Rights and Accountability in Development

...[An] international coalition of non-governmental organizations warns that the DRC's mining contract review process has been hijacked. NGOs say that it is increasingly apparent that new deals are being struck behind closed doors... The NGOs cite the...

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4 February 2008
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27 September 2007

[PDF] China in Burma: The increasing investment of Chinese multinational corporations in Burma’s hydropower, oil & gas, and mining sectors [in Chinese]

Author: EarthRights International

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1 September 2007

EarthRights Intl. background paper: “China's investment in Burma's hydropower, oil & gas, mining sectors”

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1 September 2007

[PDF] China in Burma: The increasing investment of Chinese multinational corporations in Burma’s hydropower, oil & gas, and mining sectors

Author: Earthrights International

Introductory research conducted by the [Earthright’s] Burma Project over the past three months has found more than 26 Chinese multinational corporations (MNCs) involved in more than 62 hydropower, oil & gas, and mining projects in Burma…. Detailed...

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23 April 2006

Three killed in Sudan protest over Nile dam

Author: AFP

Three civilians were killed in violent clashes between Sudanese police and residents protesting the construction of a dam on the Nile river north of Khartoum, police said...Nine people, including four policemen, were also wounded in the clashes Friday...

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22 March 2006

Independent Review Reveals Serious Flaws in Sudan’s Merowe Dam

Author: International Rivers Network

The Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) for the Merowe Dam in Sudan, the largest hydropower project currently under construction in Africa, is of poor quality and does not address many of the project’s potential impacts on the environment......

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