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7 May 2007

Rep. of Congo: Congolese workers at Chinese cement factory allege labour abuses including nationality discrimination

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22 May 2007

China Road & Bridge response regarding alleged labour rights abuses at Loutété cement factory, Rep. of Congo

Author: China Road & Bridge (CRBC)

The news report is not true. Our branch office in Congo has already held a news release. We’ve asked the website [that published the original allegations] to clarify the facts and apologize to our company, and we reserve the right to proceed against...

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4 December 2007

[DOC] Business & human rights: A perspective from China

Author: Roddy Shaw Kwok-wah - East Asia Researcher & Coordinator, Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

It is my pleasure to share with you my perspective on business & human rights in China...One of the first reports for which I sought responses from Chinese companies was published by Students & Scholars Against Corporate Misbehavior -- SACOM.....

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16 December 2010

Is China greening Africa?

Author: Stephen Marks, Co-ordinator of the Fahamu China in Africa project, Pambazuka News [UK]

Is China smartening up its environmental and social act in Africa? It certainly wants to be seen as doing just that. One telling example was the recent Chinese government-sponsored ‘top Chinese enterprises in Africa’ competition, won by China Road and...

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13 January 2011
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Author: Joseph Abena Abena, Le Jour [Cameroun]

Les plaintes se multiplient depuis le début des travaux de la China Road and Bridge Corporation à Bipaga. La goutte d’eau qui a fait déborder le vase est la bastonnade de vendredi dernier, infligée par Li Je Shi à Armand Bouyo, aujourd’hui interné à l...

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9 June 2011

Bishkek-Torugart road builders employed by Chinese company Sinzyan-Basin Ltd. protest against discrimination and abuses of their labour rights [Kyrgyzstan]

Author: CA-NEWS

[Title translation and summary translation of the original Russian language article provided by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre. Scroll down this page for China Road and Bridge response]. In Kemin, 50 Kyrgyz citizens working for the Chinese...

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Company response
20 July 2011

Response by China Road & Bridge: Bishkek-Torugart road builders employed by Chinese company Sinzyan-Basin (part of China Road and Bridge) protest against discrimination, other labour abuses.

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20 July 2011

[PDF] China Road and Bridge Corporation response

Author: China Road and Bridge Corporation

We have been aware of coverage on the labor issues concerning reconstruction of the motorway between Bishkek and Torugart in Kyrgyzstan...[W]e have always complied with local laws and regulations and performed social responsibilities to return to local...

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9 January 2014

Mozambicans claim abuse by Chinese employers [Mozambique]

Author: AFP

More than 200 Mozambican construction workers have gone on strike in protest at alleged beatings by their Chinese employers and poor working conditions, some of the strikers said. The 230 workers…[are]…employed by…[China Road and Bridge Corporation]…...

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24 October 2014

Kenya: Court temporarily stops compulsory land acquisition for railway construction after locals allege they were not consulted

Author: Brian Wasuna, Business Daily (Kenya)

"Court stops construction of new rail" 23 October 2014...

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