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21 January 2007

Enslaved workers make charcoal used to make basic steel ingredient

Author: Michael Smith & David Voreacos, Bloomberg News

[P]ig iron [that] will end up in cars and trucks made...by Ford, General Motors, Nissan [,] Toyota [and]...that goes into steel used by Whirlpool...and is used in foundries at Kohler...can be traced to slaves in Brazil...Ford, General Motors and Kohler...

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19 January 2007

From Competition to Cooperation: Companies Collaborate on Social and Environmental Issues

Author: Bill Baue, SocialFunds.com

Competition may drive capitalism, but cooperation is gaining ground as an important business strategy for addressing social and environmental issues that impact companies across the board. Increasingly, companies are joining forces not only with...

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1 January 2007

[PDF] Building Linkages for Competitive and Responsible Entrepreneurship

Author: Jane Nelson, The United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) and John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University

As the [OECD] has commented…”Increasing economic growth is essential – but it is not enough. The quality of growth –its sustainability, composition and equity – is equally important”…In many developing countries achieving this goal [improving the...

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11 December 2006

Automakers Pledge Joint Effort With Suppliers to Fight Slavery

Author: David Voreacos, Michael Smith, Bloomberg

General Motors Corp., Ford Motor Co., DaimlerChrysler AG and Honda Motor Co. have joined together to train their suppliers to avoid buying materials made by slaves...Toyota Motor Co. the world's second-largest automaker, chose not to join the training...

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4 December 2006

Faith-Based Investors Applaud the Auto Industry's Collaborative Project to Advance Workplace Human Rights

Author: Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility [USA]

A group of Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility members applauds the collaborative project by automotive companies to improve workplace conditions in their supply chains. The project, announced today by the Automotive Industry Action Group,...

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4 December 2006

[PDF] Leading Automakers and Suppliers Promote Global Working Conditions - Collaborative Project to Advance Workplace Standards Throughout Supply Chains

Author: Automotive Industry Action Group

Several leading automakers and their suppliers have launched a collaborative, industry-wide project focused on advancing a shared vision of workplace standards throughout their supply chains that promote decent working conditions for the millions of...

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1 December 2006
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Author: ComunicaRSE

Varias empresas automotrices y sus proveedores se unieron la semana pasada en un proyecto que busca crear una postura común respecto de las condiciones laborales en la cadena de proveedores para mejorar la situación de millones de trabajadores en todo...

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1 December 2006

US faith-based investors applaud collaborative project by auto firms including Ford, GM, DaimlerChrysler, Johnson Controls & Honda to advance human rights in their supply chains - Toyota criticised for not participating

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19 November 2006

China specifies government purchase list

Author: Xinhua

China's finance authority and environmental watchdog have issued a government purchase list, specifying brand names of environmentally-friendly products that government departments should give priority to in its purchase plans. The list is the first of...

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19 November 2006

China specifies government purchase list

Author: Xinhua

China's finance authority and environmental watchdog have issued a government purchase list, specifying brand names of environmentally-friendly products that government departments should give priority to in its purchase plans. The list is the first of...

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