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4 Jan 2012

Chevron response to articles raising concerns about company's approach to environmental pollution trial in Ecuador

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Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited Chevron to respond to the following articles: 

 

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre also invited Chevron's lawyers, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, to respond to the article by Paul Paz y Miño in the Huffington Post on 4 Jan 2012 (above).

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In response to the criticisms regarding Chevron's operations in Burma raised in the article by Robert Kropp in Social Funds on 27 Dec 2011 (above), Chevron also sent the Resource Centre this response.

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