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Cambodia: Displaced families file complaint against sugar certification body, Bonsucro, for failure to hold Mitr Phol accountable

A formal complaint was filed by representatives of more than 700 families in Cambodia against Bonsucro, the sustainability certification body of the sugar industry. The complaint alleges, among others, that Bonsucro breached OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises when it failed to hold a member company, Mitr Phol, accountable for land grabbing and displacement claims. 

Business & Human Rights Resource is also following the developments of the lawsuit against Mitr Phol

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