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7 October 2018

Indonesia: Nestlé and Pepsi cut ties with Indofood due to labour and environment concerns

Author: Zafirah Zein, Eco-business

"Major brands break ties with Indonesia palm oil giant," 05 October 2018...

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24 January 2018

Indonesia: PepsiCo suspends procurement contract with Indofood due to allegations of labour abuse

Author: Beh Lih Yi, Thomson Reuters Foundation

"PepsiCo cuts ties with palm oil supplier over labour abuse claims," 24 January 2018...

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Company non-response
15 January 2018

Indofood did not respond

Author: Indofood

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15 January 2018

Indonesia: Report details ongoing worker exploitation at Indofood; company did not respond

Rainforest Action Network (RAN) published a new report that raises serious allegations of labour abuses in the plantations of Indofood.  These allegations include (1) worker exploitation, (2) poverty-level wages, (3) hazardous work conditions including...

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10 December 2017

Indonesia: Report details worker exploitation, poverty-level wages, & risks of child labour of food giant Indofood

Author: Sheany, Sarah Yuniarni & Tabita Diela, Jakarta Globe

"Labor Abuses Still Exist at Indofood Plantations: Report", 4 December 2017...

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10 December 2017

Indonesia: RSPO investigates report of labour abuse at Indofood

Author: Sheany, Jakarta Globe

"RSPO Investigating Reports of Ongoing Labor Abuse at Indofood Plantations"...

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Story
6 June 2017

Report points out rights, climate, biodiversity risks investors & financiers face in Southeast Asia’s tropical forest sector

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited the companies highlighted in the report to respond. Responses from Itochu, Marubeni, Mizuno, Oji and Wilmar are available below.

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14 February 2017

Indonesia: HSBC accused of supporting environmental destruction by financing companies linked to unsustainable palm oil; HSBC responds

This report highlights the alleged role of HSBC in deforestation in Indonesia due to its financial relationships with six palm oil companies, described in the report as “some of the most damaging companies in the sector.” HSBC’s statement is linked be...

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Company response
3 February 2017

Indofood Agri Resources response

Author: Indofood Agri Resources

…We have engaged several times with the NGO's who have made the allegations, but they have not provided us with any evidence to substantiate these allegations. We have provided evidence to counter these allegations to RSPO, which can be viewed as...

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25 January 2017
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