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21 February 2006

The usefulness of scholarships and tigers [Indonesia]

Author: Shawn Donnan, Financial Times

Raja Garuda Mas is not the only Indonesian group turning to western-style corporate social responsibility (CSR) and environmental programmes to improve its reputation, writes Shawn Donnan...HM Sampoerna, the clove cigarette giant that Philip Morris...

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1 March 2004

Friends of the Earth calls on Cadbury Schweppes to require higher environmental, social standards from palm oil suppliers

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1 March 2004

[PDF] full report: "Greasy palms - palm oil, the environment and big business"

Author: Friends of the Earth

[refers to Cadbury Schweppes, Raja Garuda Mas, Sinar Mas, Unilever, Walkers (part of PepsiCo), Jacob's Bakery, Cargill, Sainsbury's, Tesco, Archer Daniels Midland, Pura Foods, Kellog's]

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9 February 2002

Pulp mills put heavy pressure on forests [Indonesia]: Study

Author: Jakarta Post

The remaining natural forest in Riau Province is on the brink of destruction as the country's giant pulp producers, Sinar Mas Group and Raja Garuda Mas Group, plan to clear almost 500,000 hectares of natural forest in Sumatra by 2007, according to a...

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1 January 2001

Indorayon's Last Gasp? [Indonesia]

Author: Frances Carr, Down to Earth

It looks as though the fate of PT Indorayon Inti Utama's controversial paper pulp and rayon fibre plant in North Sumatra has been sealed - less by the Wahid government than by thousands of local protestors...Why was Indorayon singled out among the...

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