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21 December 2012

[PDF] Gold Mine Workers with Silicosis File Motion for Class Action [So. Africa]

Author: Richard Spoor Inc., Attorneys

South Africa human rights lawyer Richard Spoor filed an application for class certification of an action for damages in the South Gauteng High Court on behalf of tens of thousands of current and former gold mine workers, as well as dependents of...

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26 September 2011

Mine class action could start soon [So. Africa]

Author: Dineo Matomela, Business Report [So. Africa]

More than 300 000 retired gold mine workers, who contracted silicosis or tuberculosis (TB) during or after their employment in the industry, were pushing for the start of a multibillion-rand class action next year, lawyer Richard Spoor said on Friday....

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28 August 2007

China company get fingertips into North Korea

Author: Reuters

Dashing Diva [part of part of Tianjin Jci Cosmetic], maker of artificial finger nails, will become the first foreign firm to set up in a South Korean industrial enclave in the North that Seoul hopes will educate its communist neighbour in the ways of...

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18 January 2002

Environmental, Labor Groups Expose Johnson Controls, Inc.’s Cleanup Failures in Fowlerville, Michigan [USA]

Author: Michigan Environmental Council, on UAW website

The contaminants flowing from the JCI site include chemicals such as trichloroethlyene (TCE), a neurotoxin that can damage the heart, liver, kidneys, and central nervous system, and polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), a known carcinogen.

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