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Report by ECA Watch says projects supported by export credit agencies "often associated with human rights abuses"

ECA Watch released a report, "Export Credit and Human Rights: Failure to Protect", in December 2014.  Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited the following principal companies named in the report to respond:

  • Vale - response below
  • Van Oord - response below

We also invited the following export credit agencies to respond:

  • Atradius - response below
  • Export Development Canada - response below

Isagen also responded to the concerns raised in the report (only available in Spanish).