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13 Sep 2016

Cambodia: Global Witness report maps corporate interests of Prime Minister’s family; warns intl. firms against doing business with entities linked to corruption & rights abuses

“Hostile Takeover” maps the corporate interests of the family of Cambodia’s Prime Minister Hun Sen based on official data on company ownership in Cambodia. It shows links of some international companies to local businesses facing various allegations of human rights abuses, and offers recommendations to companies, investors, and governments.

We invited the 15 biggest international companies named in the report to provide comments. Available responses are posted below.

Also linked below is a follow-up article from Global Witness describing responses of the Hun family to their report.

Company Responses

Unilever View Response
Nestlé View Response
Anheuser-Busch InBev View Response
LVMH Moët Hennessy – Louis Vuitton View Response