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15 February 2005

Mexico: 12 multinationals launch National Business Council on AIDS, aimed at ending HIV/AIDS discrimination in workplace

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28 February 2005

The rich aroma of large profits

Author: Tom Wall, New Statesman

Fair trade special issue - Big companies are now offering their own ethical brands. Is this a genuine conversion or just an attempt to cash in on a growing market?...[Nestlé] it is not alone in eyeing up the ethical market. Kraft [part of Altria] -...

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1 March 2005

[PDF] Human Security, Corporate Accountability and the Regulation of Trade and Investment

Author: Penelope Simons, Canadian Consortium on Human Security, Liu Institute for Global Issues, University of British Columbia

Part I of this paper examines how transnational corporate activity can violate or contribute to violations of human rights and human security...Part II...examines the relationship between the regulation of international trade, TNC activity under trade...

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30 March 2005

Renewed Commitment to Government – Industry Partnership to Improve Access to Medicines

Author: UK Department for International Development (DFID)

The UK Government and the world’s largest pharmaceutical companies today committed to continue to work together to help increase access to essential medicines for the world’s poorest countries...The UK Government’s framework for good practice has been...

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18 April 2005

Ben & Jerry's sees profit in fair trade ice-cream [USA]

Author: Philippa Nuttall, Novis [USA]

Ben & Jerry’s [part of Unilever] last week claimed to be the first ice-cream maker in the US to produce an ice-cream made with fair-trade coffee, suggesting that ethically traded commodities can be good for business as well as beneficial for the...

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27 April 2005

Social efforts of multinationals in China

Author: China Daily

Faced with the question "what do you want to be when you grow up?" Hu Xiaohong, a 13-year-old rural schoolgirl offered several answers, ranging from scientist and teacher to artist. "But if all the above cannot be realized, I want to work for P&G...

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1 May 2005

Steps companies can take to manage impact of HIV/AIDS in Brazil, Russia, India, China

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1 May 2005

[PDF] full report: "HIV/AIDS Beyond Africa: Managing the Financial Impacts"

Author: F&C Asset Management & UBS

[refers to Anglo American, AngloGold Ashanti, AstraZeneca, AVI Group, BMW, BP, Chevron, Colgate-Palmolive, DaimlerChrysler, Dell, GlaxoSmithKline, Heineken, IBM, JD Group, Lafarge, Lonmin, Merck, Nedcor (now Nedbank), Procter & Gamble, Standard...

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4 May 2005

Rainforest Alliance: Activists invoke business ethic

Author: Sarah Murray, Financial Times

Recent campaigns...have shown that activists can push companies into changing business practices. But once an issue has been highlighted, the next step is not as clear. This is often where the Rainforest Alliance...steps in. The Rainforest Alliance...

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25 May 2005

2005 Stockholm Industry Water Award Honours Procter & Gamble's Life-Saving PUR - Purifier of Water Treatment Product

Author: Stockholm International Water Institute

The Procter & Gamble Company, USA, has been awarded the 2005 Stockholm Industry Water Award in recognition of its development of the PUR -- Purifier of Water(R) drinking water treatment system for households not served by a potable water supply...

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