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1 February 2004

Oxfam report: UK's weak export controls on weapons components raise human rights concerns

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1 February 2004

[full report] "Lock, Stock and Barrel: How British Arms Components Add up to Deadly Weapons"

Author: Oxfam GB

Every day in our work around the world, Amnesty International UK, IANSA and Oxfam witnesses the abuse of arms which fuels conflict, poverty, and violations of human rights. [refers to companies including Otokar, Land Rover (part of Ford), Vickers...

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13 May 2004

Amnesty Intl. report says EU arms exports are threatening global security

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13 May 2004

full report: "Undermining Global Security: the European Union's arms exports"

Author: Amnesty International

[refers to ADI Limited, Aerospatiale Matra (part of EADS), Arsenal, Beijing Heavy Duty Truck, Beretta, Boeing, Brenco International, Brocock, Carigroup, Celerg, Central African Airlines, Cenzin, Ceska Zbrojovka, Cuno Melcher (part of ME Sportwaffen),...

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5 May 2005

Auto loan discrimination case in mediation [USA]

Author: Gary Tanner, Associated Press

A judge has ordered the two sides in a lawsuit that claimed a lending affiliate of the Ford Motor Co. [Primus Automotive Financial Services] discriminated against black customers by charging them higher rates on car loans to enter into mediation after...

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23 August 2006

BP revs up for carbon neutral motoring

Author: Mark Tran, Guardian [UK]

...it was inevitable that when BP launched its "targetneutral" initiative to encourage motorists to "neutralise" carbon dioxide (C02) emissions from their vehicles, quite a few journalists voiced their scepticism...BP argues that while it is working...

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2 October 2006
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Author: Armas bajo Control [Oxfam Internacional, Amnistía Internacional, Red Internacional de Acción contra las Armas Ligeras (IANSA)]

Nuevo informe de la campaña Armas bajo Control...titulado Armas sin fronteras...revela la existencia de empresas de EEUU, la Unión Europea (UE) y Canadá entre aquellas que eluden las normativas sobre armas vendiendo piezas y componentes y...

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2 October 2006

[PDF] Arms Without Borders

Author: Control Arms Coalition [Oxfam, Amnesty International, International Action Network on Small Arms (IANSA)]

85 of the world’s top 100 arms companies in 2003 were headquartered in the industrialised world. This paper shows how many of them (including...Pratt and Whitney [part of United Technologies]...Mercedes-Benz [part of DaimlerChrysler] and...BAE Systems...

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22 April 2007

British firm breaks Sudan arms boycott

Author: Jon Swain and Brian Johnson-Thomas, The Sunday Times [UK]

A British company has been transporting ammunition inside Sudan in defiance of European sanctions. A Sunday Times investigation has also uncovered evidence that Land Rover [part of Ford] Defenders have been supplied to the Sudanese police, who have...

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26 August 2007

Sudan prospering despite a decade of US sanctions - China investment, oil exports have eased the pain

Author: Edmund Saunders, Los Angeles Times

President Bush tightened sanctions in May, citing the military regime's failure to resolve the crisis in the violence-plagued western region of Darfur, where an estimated 200,000 people have died... An additional 2.2 million people have been displaced...

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