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Author: Margot Cohen, Standard [Hong Kong, China]
India's export of human hair to China is a booming business but it's also entangled in issues of respiratory disease and child labor...Despite previous allegations that it has relied on prison labor, [Henan Rebecca]...expects to open more retail...
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Author: Axel Borgia, La Gran Época
En el caso particular de Argentina...el mercado nacional [de juguetes es] dominado cada vez más por...productos chinos...[E]n este informe...revelaremos desde abusos laborales extremos hasta factores escalofriantes que alcanzan la esclavitud y el...
Author: Aina Hunter, Village Voice [USA]
...whether it's been shorn from Eastern European, South Asian, or provincial Chinese heads, much of the human hair that enters the U.S. has done a stint in an enormous processing plant human and labor rights organizations are calling illegal and...
Author: Association of Sustainable and Responsible Investment in Asia (ASrIA)
The Taking Stock report focuses on identifying the key investment themes which investors should be evaluating in order to analyze environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues relevant to the largest and highest impact sectors in Asia...banks,...
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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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Author: Terra Actualidad - EFE
El mayor fabricante de pelucas en China, 'Henan Rebecca Hair', obliga a sus empleados a trabajar en condiciones de esclavitud y de trabajos forzados en su fábrica situada en la región de Xuchang (centro), según un artículo publicado en el diario chino ...
[DOC] Morgan Stanley response to South China Morning Post article raising concerns about shares in the Chinese company Henan Rebecca
Author: Morgan Stanley
As a policy, Morgan Stanley does not comment on what may be investments for our clients.
[PDF] [letter to Business & Human Rights Resource Centre regarding allegations of forced prison labour]
Author: Henan Rebecca Hair Products
Considering that the report [of Jamal Anderlini in the South China Morning Post] deviated from the real facts very seriously and brought a great negative influence to our company, in order to defend our legal rights, we sincerely invite Human Rights...
Author: William Baue, SocialFunds.com
On August 17, 2005, the South China Morning Post, Hong-Kong's English-language newspaper, printed an article alleging that mainland China wig manufacturer Henan Rebecca Hair Products employs the forced labor of prisoners in Xuchang. The company's...
Response by Morgan Stanley: South China Morning Post article alleges wig manufacturer Henan Rebecca uses forced prison labour – says major financial firms, including Morgan Stanley, among its top shareholders. Click here
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