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PetroChina (part of China National Petroleum Corporation)

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PetroChina is the listed arm of state-owned China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC). It was created in November 1999 as part of the restructuring of CNPC.

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23 October 2017

Stakeholders press energy companies doing business with Myanmar to address Rohingya crisis

Author: Simon Billenness, Executive Director of the International Campaign for the Rohingya (USA)

A group of investors and stakeholders has called on energy companies doing business in Myanmar/Burma to reassess their dealings in light of that country’s brutal military crackdown on its ethnic Rohingya minority... [L]etters signed by 31 investor...

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21 September 2017
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Author: El Nacional

“PetroChina pidió a su sede en EE UU no participar en préstamos a Pdvsa” – 19 de septiembre de 2017...

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19 September 2017

Ecuador: NGO requested precautionary measures from the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights for a journalist who made accusations of irregularities in contract with PetroChina

According to public allegations in a press conference, journalist Fernando Villavicencio reported that irregular payments in a contract with the Chinese oil company (part of China Petroleum National Corporation) had been caused patrimonial detriment...

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3 July 2017

Commentary: California should address climate impact of Chinese investments in the Amazon, as it becomes China's partner on climate action

Author: Leila Salazar-López, Amazon Watch

"What China and California have in common — the Amazon?", 14 Jun 2017...

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26 May 2017
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10 May 2017

Norway's wealth fund excludes Bharat Heavy Electricals from investments based on it's assessment of risk to environment.

Author: Gwladys Fouche, Reuters

India's Bharat Heavy Electricals has been excluded from the investment portfolio of Norway's $935-billion sovereign wealth fund, the world's largest, the Norwegian central bank said on Friday....

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9 May 2017
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16 March 2017

Commentary: Low scores underscore need for Corporate Human Rights Benchmark

Author: Sudeep Chakravarti, Livemint (India)

"Human Rights rankings: no perfect company", 16 Mar 2017...

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15 March 2017

Corporate Human Rights Benchmark Key Findings Report 2017

Author: Corporate Human Rights Benchmark Limited (CHRB Ltd)

The Corporate Human Rights Benchmark Key Findings Report was released 13 Mar 17....

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20 January 2016

Wespath excludes 39 companies from portfolio on human rights grounds

With external research provided by Sustainalytics, Wespath identified 39 companies for exclusion from its portfolios under its Human Rights Guideline.

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