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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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1 January 2000

The Initial Public Offering of PetroChina: A Report by the AFL-CIO's Office of Investment

Author: PetroChina Watch, AFL-CIO

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15 February 2000

BP & PetroChina: The Tibet Issue / The Sudan Issue

Author: BP

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3 March 2000

Battle against oppression abroad turns to Wall Street

Author: Jane Lampman, Christian Science Monitor

Religious and human-rights activists target stocks and capital markets to stop a war of 'genocide' in Sudan [refers to Talisman, Petronas, PetroChina]

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1 October 2000

BP Trips Up Over PetroChina Investment

Author: World Tibet Network News

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Article
7 February 2001

Tibet protesters target BP over PetroChina stake

Author: Calum MacLeod and Michael Harrison, Independent

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Article
20 February 2001

BP Amoco Feeling Pressure on PetroChina Holdings

Author: SocialFunds.com

Protests held last week support a shareholder resolution demanding BP Amoco's divestiture from Chinese energy company

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19 March 2001

PetroChina Divestment Resolution will go to the Vote at BP AGM

Author: Free Tibet Campaign

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Article
30 March 2001

Shareholders' Resolution: Reply to BP Directors' Response to Resolution 17

Author: Free Tibet Campaign, International Campaign for Tibet, Milarepa Fund, Students for a Free Tibet, US Tibet Committee, American Anti-Slavery Group

[concerning Tibet and BP's investment in PetroChina] [includes text of BP Directors' Response]

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19 April 2001

BP Shareholders Voice Support for Tibet by Voting [more than 5% support for resolution] on PetroChina Resolution

Author: Free Tibet Campaign

Human rights groups to increase pressure on BP to divest from PetroChina

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19 April 2001

Speeches made at the BP AGM on the PetroChina Resolution - 19 April 2001

Author: Gedun Rinchen, former political prisoner in Tibet; Stephen Kretzmann, Energy & Investment Consultant for the International Campaign for Tibet; Rev. Anthony Poggo from Sudan

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