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13 February 2014

Hopes, and Homes, Crumbling on Indian Tea Plantations [India]

Author: Max Bearak, New York Times

…[A]malgamated Plantations took over the plantation in 2008…The company’s investors said they planned to transform this sprawling tea estate into a model for sustainable and responsible labor policy through an employee shareholding program. The...

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1 March 2006

Sustainabilitea: The Dutch Tea Market and Corporate Social Responsibility

Author: SOMO, ProFound & India Committee of the Netherlands

...there is an urgent need for improvement of labour, social, ecological and economic conditions throughout the tea sector in the global south...Current responsible business initiatives of mayor players on the Dutch tea market are analysed [in this...

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Company response
4 January 2006

Response by Max India: Times of India article says pharmaceutical plants poison ground water in Punjab village. [Note: Max India response says it does not operate in Toansa & was mentioned erroneously in Times of India report

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4 January 2006

[DOC] Response of Max India to concerns regarding alleged groundwater pollution by one of its facilities

Author: Max India

In the news report, Max India’s name is mentioned in Para-1 along with other Pharmaceutical Companies. However the 3rd Para clearly mentions that Govt. of India’s letters sent to Sarpanch of Toansa Village mentioned only 3 companies viz Ranbaxy,...

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Story
6 December 2005

India: Ranbaxy, DSM India, Max India & others accused of poisoning ground water with toxic waste

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Article
6 December 2005

Pharma factories poison village water [India]

Author: Khushwant Singh, Times of India

Four major pharma factories Ranbaxy Laboratories, Montari Industries (now closed), Max India and DSM India and a paper mill in the area have poisoned ground water with their toxic wastes to such an extent that the department of water supply and...

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