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19 February 2004

Enslaved Falun Gong Practitioners Make Wigs Sold Worldwide [China]

Author: Ben Larkman, Epoch Times

Hair products manufacturer Henan Rebecca, Inc. is contracting work to notorious Chinese labor camps that buy Falun Gong practitioners as slave labor, reports the Falun Dafa Information Center (FDI), an organization dedicated to publicizing details of...

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17 August 2005

6 banks listed among top shareholders of Chinese wig firm reportedly using forced prison labour: Deutsche Bank, HSBC, ING, Merrill Lynch, Morgan Stanley, UBS

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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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17 August 2005

Henan economic miracle labours under ugly truths [China]

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

[At] Henan No 3 Labour Re-education Camp and...the smaller Henan County Labour Re-education Camp...[Henan Rebecca's] hair [is] sorted and braided by inmates before it is turned into finished [wigs]...These camps...are the backbone of [China's] ...

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23 August 2005

The Announcement [Henan Rebecca Hair Products response to prison labour concerns

Author: Henan Rebecca Hair Products

Henan Rebecca Hair Products...always abides by the national law, rules and also the international law. The report about using the inmates to make hair products...written by Mr. Jamil Anderlini in the South China Morning Post is not true...we, the...

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23 August 2005

[DOC] Comment by Jamil Anderlini on responses by Henan Rebecca and various banks to his article in South China Morning Post: “Banks buy into jail-labour firm”

Author: Jamil Anderlini

It is common knowledge in Xuchang that Henan Rebecca and many other local manufacturers use 'Labour re-education' prison labour for much of their low-skilled processing work...On visits to three of the 'laojiao' (labour re-education) camps, four...

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23 August 2005

[DOC] UBS response to South China Morning Post article raising concerns about shares in the Chinese company Henan Rebecca

Author: UBS

In May 2003 UBS was granted "Qualified Foreign Institutional Investor" (QFII) status by the China Securities Regulatory Commission. QFII permits UBS to provide their clients with direct access to China's domestic equity and debt markets. The...

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23 August 2005

[PDF] ING response to allegations of investing in a company [Henan Rebecca] reportedly using Forced labour [China]

Author: M.G.J.C. de Wolff-Janssen, Head, Corporate Responsibility, ING Group

...In this case ING has been providing market access for its clients. This means that ING buys the shares passing on the beneficial ownership to the investors. It is the investors' choice whether or not to maintain the holding or sell the shares. In...

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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

[DOC] Morgan Stanley response to South China Morning Post article raising concerns about shares in the Chinese company Henan Rebecca

Author: Morgan Stanley

As a policy, Morgan Stanley does not comment on what may be investments for our clients.

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