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22 April 2020

Myanmar: Government must consider social and environmental impacts of BRI projects, expert says

Author: Observer Research Foundation

“Environmental effects of Chinese projects in Myanmar”, 15 April 2020...

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12 February 2020

Chinese banks funding BRI projects should take environmental risks seriously, blogger says

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12 February 2020
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Author: 迪维亚•纳拉因,中外对话

“银行需认真对待“一带一路”的环境风险”, 2020年1月30日...

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31 January 2020

Chinese banks funding BRI projects should take environmental risks seriously, blogger says

Author: Divya Narain, China Dialogue

“Banks need to take Belt and Road environmental risks seriously”, 30 January 2020...

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10 February 2019

Myanmar: Protesters call for clarity on status of Myitsone dam project amidst reports of its resurrection

Author: Myanmar Times

"Myitsone's potential resurrection," 08 February 2019...

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5 October 2017
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Author: Deutsche Welle (Allemagne)

"A qui profite le bauxite guinéenne ?", 5 octobre 2017...

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31 January 2017

China's dam-building plans on Myanmar segment of Upper Salween (Nu River) set to continue, despite decision to stop constructions on China side

Author: Tom Fawthrop, Diplomat (Japan)

"China's Myanmar Dam Hypocrisy", 28 Jan 2017...

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4 September 2016

Myanmar: Chinese investments to face tougher laws on social & environmental impacts

"While Myitsone is unique, the lessons it raises are relevant for other investors, particularly those companies – mostly Chinese…The first lesson is that there is now a legal framework for environmental and social protection in Myanmar…The second i...

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22 August 2016

Myanmar: Aung San Suu Kyi visits China, yet to offer clear solution for suspended controversial Myitsone dam project

"…[D]espite Aung San Suu Kyi’s largely successful visit to China as Myanmar’s de facto leader...suspension of the US$3.6 billion Myitsone project on the Irrawaddy River...[due to local concerns over its environmental impacts]…topped the agenda for Suu...

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25 January 2016

Company Responses to Human Rights Reports: An Empirical Analysis

Author: Menno T. Kamminga, Business and Human Rights Journal, Volume 1, Issue 1

How do companies respond to their critics? Are there significant differences in responsiveness between industrial sectors, between the countries in which companies are based, and between the companies themselves? Do responses reflect the belief that...

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