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Perspectives – Political Analysis and Commentary from Asia

Author: Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung , Published on: 19 July 2013

Perspectives Asia is a publication series of the Asia Desk of the Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung published in cooperation with the offices of the foundation in Asia...In this first issue, our authors report on conflicts and the implications of large-scale resource extraction in seven Asian countries [Afghanistan, Cambodia, China, India, Myanmar, Pakistan, and Thailand]. Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited companies named in the report to respond. Responses by Hulunbei'er Dongneng/East Hope (China), Wanbao Mining (China) below. We could not get through to Shenhua/Guohua (China) and Union of Myanmar Economic Holdings (Myanmar) despite multiple attempts: if we do obtain a response from one or both of them we will include it here]

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Related companies: East Hope