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4 March 2019

Church investors to vote against boards of co's with poor polices on tax transparency, climate change & no female directors

Author: BBC

"Church pressures firms on tax and with no women directors", 4 March 2019...

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22 January 2019
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Author: Asociación Ambiente y Sociedad, DAR y 17 organizaciones más

“Informe regional de transparencia y acceso a la Información” - 18 de enero de 2019...

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22 January 2019
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Author: Abdou Faye, Lejecos (Sénégal)

"Transparence dans les industries extractives : Vers la création prochaine d’un registre sur les bénéficiaires effectifs", 18 janvier 2019...

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21 January 2019
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Author: Minería en Línea

“Argentina se unirá a iniciativa de transparencia minera global” – 15 de enero de 2019...

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20 January 2019

Indonesia: Fisheries minister pushes for classification of illegal fishing as transnational organised crime

Author: Basten Gokkon, Asia Times

"Indonesia wants illegal fishing listed as organized crime," 13 January 2019...

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16 January 2019
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Author: Rosângela Lotfi The Intercept Brasil (Brazil)

“Essa empresa já foi condenada por superfaturamento, mas segue vendendo remédios para o governo”, 16 de janeiro de 2019...

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8 January 2019

Ecuador: Steelworks Xinlong accused of tax fraud and job insecurity, among 45 other companies

Author: Expreso.ec

“The Customs authority investigates 45 companies for unusual activity” – 9th January 2019...

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20 December 2018
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Author: Anne-Laure Delatte, CNRS, dans Libération (France)

« L’évasion fiscale : une urgence, comme le climat ou les migrations », 17 décembre 2018...

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17 December 2018

Brazil: Survey by Intl. Labour Org. & Labour Prosecution Office reveals 8,000 children and teenagers working in the cocoa supply chain, but some companies have good practices

At least 8,000 Brazilian children and teenagers work in the chocolate production chain according to the report requested by the International Labour Organization (ILO) and by Brazil’s Labour Prosecution's Office, between 2017 and 2018. Brasil de Fato ...

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14 December 2018
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