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1 October 2005
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Author: Utopies, SustainAbility, Programme des Nations Unies pour l'Environnement (PNUE)

Alors que la loi sur les nouvelles régulations économiques prend de l'importance, le reporting de développement durable des entreprises françaises a gagné en maturité...Concernant les principales avancées, on peut noter d'une part les progrès des...

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Article
29 April 2002

Labor Tensions Rising in Haitian Orange Industry

Author: Jim Lobe, OneWorld US

A sharp rise in tensions between the owners of a large orange plantation in northern Haiti and workers who have tried to organize a union has caused widespread insecurity in the area, according to a British-based solidarity group. [refers to...

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Article
12 February 2002

Haiti: Unions take on liqueur maker

Author: Charles Arthur, LatinAmerica Press

Workers seek pay raises and better working conditions from the maker of a luxury liqueur...Workers who harvest and process oranges used to make Cointreau, a luxury cognac-based liqueur, have been involved in a long and sometimes violent struggle for...

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Article
1 December 2001

Bitter Fruit: Glamorous brands of French liqueur use one image; Charles Arthur finds another on the orange plantations of Haiti

Author: Charles Arthur, New Internationalist

[regarding labour rights issues at plantations producing for Grand Marnier and Rémy Cointreau]

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Article
28 November 2001

Cointreau workers'campaign [Haiti]: Guacimal/Cointreau campaign update

Author: Batay Ouvriye and the PAPDA [Platform to Advocate for Alternative Development]

The delegation asked Charriaud [Olivier Charriaud, Rémy Cointreau's international director] why Rémy Cointreau had not pressed its Haitian partner, Guacimal SA, to hold reasonable negotiations with the workers' union at the processing plant at...

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Article
8 July 2001

Curbing the abuses of global capitalism

Author: Steve Tibbett, senior campaigner for War on Want, in The Observer [UK]

Campaigners are learning to squeeze concessions from companies by hitting them where they hurt: their brands [refers to the different responses of Grand Marnier and Rémy-Cointreau to criticism of their labour practices in Haiti]

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