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26 May 2005

Burma sanctions: isolating whom?

Author: Ethical Corporation [leader]

The ethics of the ongoing Burma boycott may be slightly more complex than they seem...More people are going to Burma...There are reasons to reconsider [sanctions]. For one thing, sanctions are probably not working. According to the Brussels-based...

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9 June 2005

Big business urges G8 global warming action

Author: Fiona Harvey, Financial Times

Leaders of some of the world's biggest businesses on Thursday increased the pressure on the Group of Eight industrialised nations ahead of a summit on global warming, urging them to set up a system of emissions trading for greenhouse gases that would...

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1 July 2005

WWF, SustainAbility report on extent to which lobbying activities of S&P Global 100 companies are consistent with their social & environmental commitments

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1 July 2005

[PDF] full report: "Influencing Power - Reviewing the conduct and content of corporate lobbying" (free registration required)

Author: SustainAbility & WWF

[Companies with "systematic" approach: BASF, BP, Chevron, Dow, Ford, General Motors, GlaxoSmithKline, Hewlett-Packard. Companies with "developing" approach: Altria, AstraZeneca, Diageo, Microsoft, Pfizer, Philips, Shell, Swiss Re, Time Warner, Total....

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6 July 2005

[DOC] Update on the Merowe/Hamadab Dam Project, Sudan

Author: International Rivers Network & The Corner House

The following update summarizes the responses [from companies] to the report on the Merowe Dam Project in Sudan that International Rivers Network and The Corner House published in early May 2005, and other recent developments. The main funder of the...

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17 August 2005

Banks buy into jail-labour firm; Six financial giants among top shareholders of China's largest wig manufacturer which uses prisoners to make its products

Author: Jamil Anderlini, South China Morning Post [Hong Kong]

Six of the world's largest financial institutions have bought shares in a Chinese wig manufacturer that could be barred from the United States, its biggest market, because it uses forced labour to make some of its products. Deutsche Bank, HSBC, ING,...

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24 August 2005

Deutsche Bank response to South China Morning Post article raising concerns about shares in the Chinese company Henan Rebecca

Author: Deutsche Bank

Deutsche Bank has no proprietary holding in Henan Rebecca Hair products and does not provide research cover on the stock. Any listed holding in this stock by Deutsche Bank is on behalf of clients buying stock through the Banks Qualified Foreign...

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25 August 2005

Human Rights Site Spotlights Bank Investment in Chinese Manufacturer Linked to Forced Labor

Author: William Baue, SocialFunds.com

On August 17, 2005, the South China Morning Post, Hong-Kong's English-language newspaper, printed an article alleging that mainland China wig manufacturer Henan Rebecca Hair Products employs the forced labor of prisoners in Xuchang. The company's...

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25 August 2005

Deutsche Bank - Commitment to our Society

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25 August 2005

Deutsche Bank - Commitment to our Society

Author: Deutsche Bank

Here, you will find information on the global commitment of Deutsche Bank AG and its foundations to society, culture and the community and how to contact the people involved.

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