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6 September 2019

Hong Kong: Union urges cleaners to be provided protective gear when cleaning up after anti-government protests

Author: Ng Kang Chung, South China Morning Post

“Hong Kong’s cleaners don’t have proper protection against effects of tear gas as they pick up pieces after protests”, 4 September 2019...

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Article
6 September 2019

Hong Kong lawmaker and protesters demand CCTV footage of police storming MTR station

Author: Holmes Chan, Hong Kong Free Press

Hong Kong’s rail operator has come under increasing pressure to release CCTV footage of Prince Edward MTR station from the night of August 31, when riot police stormed the platform and trains using pepper spray and batons....

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28 August 2019

Hong Kong protest-related MTR closures challenged in court

Author: Chris Lau, South China Morning Post

Hong Kong’s railway operator was… hit with a legal challenge against its suspension of services… which allegedly left anti-government protesters stranded on the streets, resulting in disturbances....

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Story
28 July 2019

Hong Kong: Business actions and statements over controversial extradition bill

In February 2019, the Hong Kong government proposed the Fugitive Offenders and Mutual Legal Assistance in Criminal Matters Legislation (Amendment) Bill 2019, more commonly known as the extradition bill. While allowing the transfer of a suspect from...

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Article
21 May 2019

Hong Kong: MTR Corp. and Airport Authority reverse ban on Cathay Pacific's same-sex ad amid criticisms

Author: Danny Lee, South China Morning Post (Hong Kong)

“Hong Kong’s Airport Authority joins MTR Corp in reversing ban on Cathay Pacific same-sex ad after LGBT outcry”, 21 May 2019...

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Article
21 June 2016

Oxfam urges HKEx to improve disclosure standards

Author: Oxfam Hong Kong

Oxfam published its ‘Survey on the Hang Seng Index (HSI) Constituents’ Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG)’...which reviews the 50 Hang Seng Index constituents’ ESG policies, practices and performance. It found that nearly a third of these...

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NGO rejoinder
12 November 2014
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Author: Les Amis de la Terre France

Nous avons bien reçu votre réponse suite à la nomination du Crédit Agricole aux Prix Pinocchio 2014 et nous vous en remercions. En effet, un des objectifs de ces prix est de faire réagir les entreprises et d’ouvrir le débat autour des enjeux soulevés.....

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Company response
27 October 2014
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Author: Crédit Agricole

Suite aux allégations répétées des Amis de la Terre au sujet du financement de MTR (Mountain top removal / étêtage de sommets montagneux), le Crédit Agricole précise, comme il l’a déjà fait lors de ses assemblées générales de mai 2012 et mai 2014 que...

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Article
16 April 2010

[PDF] Corporate Social Responsibility Survey of Hang Seng Index Constituent Companies 2009

Author: Oxfam Hong Kong

[refers to Aluminium Corp of China, Bank of China, Bank of China (Hong Kong), Bank of Communications, Bank of East Asia, Cathay Pacific, Cheung Kong Holdings, China Construction Bank, China Life Insurance, China Merchants, China Mobile, China Overseas...

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Article
1 October 2008

[PDF] CSR Asia Business Barometer - The State of CSR Disclosure in Asia 2008

Author: CSR Asia

The ‘CSR Asia Business Barometer 2008’ compares the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) disclosure of the 20 largest listed companies in Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand. To create the ranking 62 indicators were used to score each of the...

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