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Western Sahara: NGO reveals 2019 list of phosphate importers, allegedly complicit in natural resource plundering
In February 2020, Western Sahara Resource Watch published its annual P for Plunder report, documenting an overview of Morocco’s trade of phosphate rock from the occupied territory of Western Sahara during the previous year. The report recalls that such...
Norway: Govt. wealth fund to invest again in 5 companies previously excluded over human rights concerns
Author: Pensions & Investments
"Norway's sovereign wealth giant investing again in 5 companies", 26 June 2019...
Western Sahara: NGO raises human rights concerns regarding Nutrien's phosphate supply chain, Nutrien responds by confirming its plans to reduce imports from the region
In May 2018, Western Sahara Resource Watch (WSRW) raised human rights concerns against Nutrien, which has been exploiting the occupied Western Sahara's phosphate resources. Nutrien, which is a merger of two major Canadian companies Agrium and...
Author: Richard D. Downey, Nutrien
Nutrien is a new company as of January this year and the recent merger has created opportunities, particularly for the phosphate business. One of these opportunities is, we will see a significant reduction in our need for offshore imports of phosphate...
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