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10 Feb 2015

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APRIL

APRIL (Asia Pacific Resources Intl. Limited) response to BankTrack rejoinder

Upon invitation from Business and Human Rights Resource Center to respond to the second round of allegations circulated by BANKTRACK, we would like to reiterate the following...We note BANKTRACK’s comment that our first response did not address resolution of conflicts in areas where we operate. We invite BANKTRACK to reread our response...Further, we wish to respond to the following....

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