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NGO Rejoinder

25 Jan 2015

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BankTrack

BankTrack rejoinder to APRIL response

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This response does not dispute the claims in our report (sourced from a 2001 Friends of the Earth briefing), nor does it give any indication that the land conflicts have been solved since this report was produced in 1997. Although we do not know the present amount of land under dispute with local communities, as the company has obtained more concessions since then, and as numerous other social conflicts have since emerged, the current number may well be much higher....

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