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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 production...

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19 November 2014

Tanzania: Local China Sichuan International Cooperation workers allege mistreatment; includes company's comments

Author: Habel Chidawali, The Citizen (Tanzania)

"Local staff fault Chinese firm"...

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14 October 2014

Uganda: Govt. orders CNOOC to address workplace safety concerns by local workers; includes company comments

Author: Isaac Imaka & Nelson Wesonga, in Daily Monitor(Uganda)

"Govt warns Chinese oil firm against harassing local staff"...

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6 October 2014

China: Report illustrates project supporting business dialogue on human rights

This is a report from a project entitled “The Corporate Responsibility to Respect Human Rights in China and Globally”, which aimed to support participants to enter into meaningful peer-to-peer dialogue, and to share policies and practices related to...

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3 October 2014

Amnesty Intl.: Chinese firms exporting "tools of torture" fuelling abuses in Africa & Asia

Author: BBC

"Chinese firms exporting tools of torture, says Amnesty", 23 Sep 2014...

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15 June 2014

Sudan’s oil ministry acknowledges radiation incident, downplays its impact

Author: Sudan Tribune

Sudan's oil ministry acknowledged...that foreign workers have been exposed to radiation at an oil facility in West Kordofan state attributing the incident to a common technical error. The state minister at the Ministry of Oil, Hatim Abu al-Gasim, said...

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23 April 2014

Sinovatio response to Human Rights Watch report on telecom and internet surveillance in Ethiopia

Author: Sinovatio

[Unofficial translation of text from original Chinese provided by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre]...The prerequisite for sales of Sinovatio products to foreign countries is the country’s relevant legislations or regulations on lawful...

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Company response
16 April 2014

Response by Sinovatio: Sinovatio re Ethiopian Govt. use of its tech to monitor political opponents

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Company non-response
25 March 2014

ZTE did not respond to: Ethiopian Govt. use of their tech to monitor political opponents

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19 January 2014

South Sudan civil war still no deterrent to Chinese firms

Author: Toh Han Shih, South China Morning Post

Hundreds of Chinese nationals and tens of thousands of refugees are fleeing the worsening civil war in South Sudan, yet Chinese companies are still investing billions of dollars in the troubled region. "Chinese companies, notably CNPC..., have invested...

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