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30 Jan 2017

Erik Hagen, Western Sahara Resource Watch

Full letter from Western Sahara Resource Watch outlining concerns

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We have for reply your letter dated this 19 December, in response to ours of 17 November 2016. Thank you for taking the time to write...We fail to understand why the CBI principles to which you refer are relevant to the question of how come Vigeo Eiris would certify Moroccan projects outside of that country. Environmental sustainability is evidently important, but that is not what is at issue in our correspondence. We express some doubt over the claims that Vigeo Eiris is supportive to human rights, and propose to address the matter below...

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