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Metsä Fibre Oy (formerly Metsä-Botnia)

Headquarters in Finland

Metsä Fibre Oy website: https://www.metsafibre.com/en/Pages/default.aspx

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18 April 2006

CEDHA files OECD Specific Instance Complaint Against Finish Company Botnia for Violations to OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises in Uruguayan Mills Project

Author: Centre for Human Rights & Environment (CEDHA), Argentina

The Center for Human Rights and Environment, CEDHA, filed today a Specific Instance Complaint to the Finnish National Contact Point (NCP) in Helsinki for Botnia’s failure to comply with OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises.

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18 April 2006

Uruguay: CEDHA files OECD Guidelines complaint against Botnia regarding concerns with its paper mill project

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18 April 2006

[PDF] OECD Guidelines - Specific Instance Regarding Pulp Paper Mill Investment in Fray Bentos Uruguay by Botnia S.A.

Author: Center for Human Rights & Environment (CEDHA), Argentina

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13 April 2006

New Report May Show Way Ahead in Paper Mill Dispute [Uruguay]

Author: Diana Cariboni, Inter Press Service

A report from...the World Bank, has set forth a number of recommendations to mitigate the environmental impact of two paper pulp factories being built [by Botnia, ENCE] in Uruguay on a river that separates the country from Argentina. The study...

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12 April 2006

Bank withholds Uruguay mill cash

Author: BBC

The World Bank is to withhold $400m (£229m) in support for two controversial Uruguayan paper mills. It said it was holding back the payment to allow for further studies into the potential environmental impact of the facilities on the Argentinean...

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12 April 2006
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Author: Diana Cariboni, Inter Press Service

Un actor impensable, el Banco Mundial, parece haber reencauzado el debate entre Argentina y Uruguay por la construcción de dos fábricas de celulosa [por Botnia, ENCE]...La cuestión ambiental vuelve a estar en el centro de la escena. Un análisis sobre...

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12 April 2006
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Author: La Nación [Argentina]

ING Group desistió considerar el pedido de dinero de la empresa finlandesa, aunque no precisó sus razones; Entre Ríos había alertado a la entidad crediticia sobre la posible contaminación - El banco holandés ING Group decidió no dar un crédito pedido...

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12 April 2006

Uruguay: ING decides not to continue involvement in Botnia's pulp mill project

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12 April 2006

[DOC] ING Group of Netherlands pulls out of controversial papermill while World Bank postpones loans following critical review of environmental impact studies [Uruguay]

Author: CEDHA (Center for Human Rights and Environment / Centro de Derechos Humanos y Ambiente)

...ING Group communicated to CEDHA that following recommendation by its advisory and coordinating team,...ING’s participation in the multimillion dollar Finnish papermill mill project by Botnia in Uruguay “is no longer in consideration”. In parallel,...

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12 April 2006

[PDF] ING’s involvement in Botnia’s pulp mill project in Uruguay

Author: ING

With respect to ING’s involvement in Botnia’s pulp mill project in Uruguay, we kindly inform you that ING’s advisory and coordinating role in relation to this project has been concluded. In agreement with the project sponsor, ING’s further...

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