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Full report: "Business & human rights in Africa: Time for a responsibility revolution"

Author: Business & Human Rights Resource Centre, Published on: 14 September 2014

[refers to African Minerals, AGIP (part of Eni), Amesys (part of Bull), Areva, ASDA (part of Walmart), Barclays, British American Tobacco, China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC), Coca-Cola, Danzer, Ernst & Young, Etisalat, ExxonMobil, FinFisher, Gamma Group, George Forrest, Hacking Team, HP (Hewlett-Packard), Huawei Technologies, Intel, Japan Tobacco International, LINKdotNet, Lonmin, Lundin Mining, Microsoft, Motorola Solutions, MTN, Nestlé, Nevsun, Noor Group, Orange, Paladin Energy, PepsiCo, Philip Morris International, Samsung, Shell, Sime Darby, Sinovatio, SOCO International, Sustainable Oils Cameroon (part of Herakles Farms), Tenke Fungurume (joint venture Freeport-McMoRan, Lundin, Gécamines), Tullow Oil, Unilever, Vale, Vodafone, Wilmar International, WISCO (Wuhan Iron & Steel), Zain, ZTE]

[Executive summary in French available here]

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