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[PDF] Press Release - Bahrain Grand Prix: Only 29% of Formula One companies respond to human rights concerns

Author: Business & Human Rights Resource Centre, Published on: 17 April 2012

Only 29% of firms linked to Formula One responded to Business & Human Rights Resource Centre about human rights concerns that various organizations raised relating to the Bahrain Grand Prix, scheduled for 20-22 April. Forty two companies or teams failed to respond. [refers to Acer, Allianz, Alpinestars, Casio, CNBC, Dell, Falcon Private Bank, Fiat, GE, Gillette / Procter & Gamble, Hackett, Head & Shoulders / Procter & Gamble, Hilton HHonors, Hugo Boss / Valentino Fashion Group, Kingfisher Airlines / UB Group, Mitsubishi Electric, NEC, NetApp, Philip Morris Intl., Pirelli, Santander, Siemens, TAG Heuer / LVMH, Tata Motors, Telmex, Thomson Reuters, UB Group, Virgin, Visa, Whyte & Mackay / UB Group, Cosworth, McLaren, HRT-Cosworth, Lotus-Renault, Marussia-Cosworth, McLaren-Mercedes, Sauber-Ferrari, STR-Ferrari, Formula One Group of Companies, CVC Capital Partners, JP Morgan, CNN, Deutsche Post DHL, Intel, Johnnie Walker / Diageo, Microsoft, Petronas, Reebok / adidas Group, Shell, Total, Vodafone, Volkswagen, Ferrari, Mercedes / Daimler, Renault, Caterham F1, Red Bull Racing, Williams F1]

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Related companies: Acer adidas Alpinestars Casio Caterham F1 Team (part of Caterham) CNBC (part of Comcast) CNN (part of Time Warner) Comcast Cosworth Daimler Dell Deutsche Post DHL (part of Deutsche Post) Diageo Falcon Private Bank (part of International Petroleum Investment Company) Force India Gillette (part of Procter & Gamble) Hackett Hilton Hugo Boss Intel J.P. Morgan (part of JPMorgan Chase) JPMorgan Chase LVMH Mercedes-Benz (part of Daimler) Microsoft Mitsubishi Electric (part of Mitsubishi Group) Mitsubishi Group NEC Petronas Philip Morris International Pirelli Procter & Gamble Reebok (part of adidas) Renault Santander Siemens Tata Group Tata Motors (part of Tata Group) Time Warner UB Group Virgin Group Visa Inc. Vodafone