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[PDF] The Chinese draft contract law - a global debate [scroll to pg. 12]

Author: Hélène Ahlberger Le Deunff, in CSR Asia, Published on: 25 April 2007

The responses of European and US industry associations to the draft Chinese labour contract law stirred up a great deal of controversy around the world...As labour activists rightly point out, the image of multinationals as it emerges from the debate is in clear contradiction with the principles of corporate social responsibility that they have been advocating for years. The answers submitted by foreign multinationals to the Business & Human Rights Resource Centre are interesting in this regard. Significantly, companies such as Intel, Ericsson, PSA Peugeot-Citroën and Nike answer by mentioning their CSR engagement and efforts.

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Related companies: Ericsson Intel Nike PSA Peugeot-Citroën