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1 November 2007

Amnesty USA & investor coalition calls on banks that own stock in oil companies in Sudan to press for change change in Darfur

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1 November 2007

Shareholders and NGOs unite to press the Big 4 to encourage implementation of UNAMID [Sudan]

Author: Amnesty International USA

...[A] joint letter, sent September 24th, 2007 and signed by institutional investors and NGOs, call[ed] on the top 20 investment firms with holdings in the publicly traded subsidiaries and spin offs of the Big 4 companies with operations in Sudan:...

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29 October 2007
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Author: Déclaration de Bern

Le génocide au Darfour est en grande partie financé par les recettes du commerce pétrolier du régime soudanais. Les banques suisses, UBS et Credit Suisse notamment, sont coresponsables...Malgré la critique internationale, UBS prévoit aussi d’effectuer...

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2 October 2007

Burma: Foreign Investment Finances Regime - Companies Should Condemn Crackdown

Author: Human Rights Watch

Chinese, Indian, Thai, and other companies doing business in Burma should ensure their operations do not contribute to or benefit from human rights abuses, Human Rights Watch said today... “Companies doing business in Burma argue their presence is...

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30 September 2007

Global firms provide lifeline to Myanmar's junta

Author: AFP

Despite global outrage over Myanmar's bloody crackdown on dissent, multinational firms are still vying for the country's rich natural resources, throwing an economic lifeline to the military regime. [refers to Chevron, Total, China National Petroleum...

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29 September 2007

India courts Burma oil business

Author: Malaysia Sun

India’s Oil Minister Murli Deora, has been in Burma for the signing of oil and gas exploration contracts between state-controlled ONGC Videsh Ltd and Burma’s military rulers… Even as Burma’s military junta intensifies its crackdown on pro-democracy...

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28 September 2007

As Myanmar cracks down on protesters, oil companies keep up controversial ties

Author: Canadian Press

Even as Myanmar's military junta intensifies its crackdown on pro-democracy protests, oil companies are jostling for access to the country's largely untapped natural gas and oil fields that activists say are funding a repressive regime... China -...

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28 September 2007

Daewoo says no plan to change Myanmar investment

Author: Intl. Business Times

South Korea's Daewoo International Corp, which leads a multi-billion dollar energy project in Myanmar, will not alter its investments there following a violent government crackdown on protests..."We have gas fields under production and three other...

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28 September 2007

The business world beats a quiet path to a pariah’s door [Burma]

Author: John Berthelsen, Asia Sentinel

…[U]nder the radar, half the countries in Asia are helping to prop up the [Burmese] dictatorship, either through government help or through the sub rosa support of their business communities — including Singapore, Malaysia, Korea, Japan, Thailand and...

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1 August 2007

UNCTAD 2007 World Investment Report focuses on extractive firms' impacts on development

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