Daewoo International (part of Posco)

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Daewoo International was acquired by Posco in August 2010.

Daewoo Group broke up during 1999-2002 into a number of companies, including Daewoo International. Please see also our separate sections on GM Daewoo Auto & Technology, Daewoo Electronics and Daewoo Group, each of which is separate from Daewoo International.

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23 September 2014

Cotton Campaign raises concerns about Daewoo's response on continuing to source cotton from Uzbekistan despite forced labour

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1 May 2014

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre releases its second Eastern Europe & Central Asia regional briefing

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1 May 2014

[PDF] Workers & minorities bear the brunt of abuse - Business & human rights in Eastern Europe & Central Asia

Author: Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

This briefing provides an update about businesses’ impacts on human rights in Eastern Europe &...

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19 December 2013

[PDF] Issue 7: Quarterly Bulletin on Business & Children - Dec 2013

Author: Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

The purpose of this e-bulletin is to help keep everyone working in the field of business & children's rights informed about recent key developments and forthcoming initiatives. [Includes contributions in English, French & Spanish from: UN...

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Company non-response
18 December 2013

Daewoo International (part of Posco) did not respond to: Cotton Campaign review of 2013 cotton harvest says forced & child labour continues despite presence of Intl. Labour Organization observers.

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17 December 2013

Recommendations from 2011, 2012 and 2013 concerning the companies Posco, Daewoo International Corporation, Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Ltd (ONGC), GAIL India, Korea Gas Corporation (Kogas)

Author: Council on Ethics, Norwegian Government Pension Fund Global (Norway)

On 2 May 2011 the Council on Ethics recommended the exclusion of the Korean companies Daewoo International Corporation and Korea Gas Corporation, as well as the Indian companies Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Ltd. (ONGC) and GAIL India Ltd. (GAIL)...

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17 October 2013

Global Slavery Index catalogues forced labour around the world

Author: Elisabeth Braw, Guardian Sustainable Business (UK)

According to the Global Slavery Index,...29 million children and adults around the world work in servitude. India leads with about 14 million forced labourers,...China has...2.9 million and Pakistan just above 2 million. Nigeria, Ethiopia, Russia,...

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5 August 2013

[PDF] Business & Human Rights Resource Centre launches briefing on Myanmar

Author: Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

…Business & Human Rights Resource Centre is launching its first briefing on Myanmar: “Business & human rights in Myanmar – a round-up of recent developments”. The briefing covers the positive and negative impacts of companies operating in the...

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29 July 2013

China Begins Receiving Natural Gas from Shwe Pipeline [Myanmar]

Author: Zarni Mann, Irrawaddy (Thailand)

Despite long-held objections to the project by activists and locals, the Shwe pipeline connecting Burma’s Arakan State to Kunming in southern China began piping natural gas across the Sino-Burmese border...At a commissioning ceremony...Mandalay, Vice...

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26 June 2013

Daewoo International (part of Posco) did not respond to: NGO reports detail alleged human rights impacts of Shwe natural gas & Myanmar-China oil transport projects – company responses & non-responses provided.

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