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13 December 2004

Unocal strikes deal with Myanmar villagers over alleged use of slave labour

Author: Agence France Presse

US oil giant Unocal Corp. has agreed in principle to settle a lawsuit brought by Myanmar villagers who claim it condoned the use of slave labour during the building of a gas pipeline, Unocal said. [also refers to Total, PTT]

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13 December 2004

Unocal to Settle Lawsuits Over Myanmar Abuse

Author: Deepa Babington, Reuters

Unocal Corp. has agreed to settle two closely watched [US] lawsuits accusing the U.S. oil giant of turning a blind eye to human rights abuses that occurred during the construction of a pipeline in Myanmar, it said on Monday. [also refers to Total, PTT...

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21 February 2005

full report: "Totalitarian oil: Total Oil - fuelling the oppression in Burma"

Author: Burma Campaign UK

[refers to Total, PTT, Unocal, Myanmar Oil and Gas Enterprise (MOGE), & includes "Investors perspective" by Co-operative Financial Services]

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1 June 2005

[PDF] Field Visit Report - Yadana Gas Transportation Project [Burma]

Author: Luc Zandvliet & Ana Paula do Nascimento, Corporate Engagement Project

During the visit to Myanmar/Burma and Thailand, CEP [Corporate Engagement Project] spoke with a broad range of stakeholders to gain a better understanding of people’s perspectives concerning Total’s operations in Myanmar/Burma...our observations...

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1 July 2005
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Author: coalition d'Ong & syndicats, dont Actions birmanie, Agir ici, Fédération internationale des ligues des droits de l'homme, France Libertés, Info Birmanie, Ligue des droits de l'homme & Sud chimie

Nous soutenons dans ce rapport que les activités de Total en Birmanie, notamment le projet gazier de Yadana, constituent un soutien moral et financier direct à la junte militaire...une seule solution est envisageable : le retrait de Total de Birmanie. ...

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1 November 2005

Where do you draw the line? - Research into the financial links between five bank groups and companies that abuse human rights

Author: Netwerk Vlaanderen [Belgium]

[describes human rights concerns regarding companies & projects in which AXA, Dexia, Fortis, ING & KBC have invested] Regarding credit, AXA informs us that every offer of credit is subject to ethical rules and the rule of law... AXA states...

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8 November 2005

Companies linked with Burma

Author: Intl. Confederation of Free Trade Unions

Updated on Tuesday, November 08, 2005. This list is not exhaustive. We are ready to correct any factual errors which it may contain. As we receive information on further companies which are active in Burma we will approach them in the same way and,...

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29 November 2005

Total pays 5.2 mln eur to settle claims of forced labour use in Myanmar

Author: AFX

Total SA said it has agreed to pay 5.2 mln eur to settle claims that the oil giant used forced labour at its Yadana gas pipeline project in Myanmar, ending legal proceedings that had been brought against the company in a French court in 2002... Total...

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31 December 2005

[PDF] Carbon Disclosure Project Report 2006 - Asia ex-Japan

Author: Carbon Disclosure Project, ASrIA, Trucost

In 2006, CDP [Carbon Disclosure Project] extended [its] information request to over 2000 companies in total, which included 125 from Asia excluding Japan... Overall, only 26% of the companies responded to the information request...The mixed response...

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1 January 2006

Carbon Disclosure Project, in which investors request corporate disclosure on carbon risk & management: ASrIA analyses findings for Asian companies

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