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1 September 2008

[PDF] China in Burma: The Increasing Investment of Chinese Multinational Corporations in Burma’s Hydropower, Oil and Natural Gas, and Mining Sectors

Author: EarthRights International

EarthRights International (ERI) has identified at least 69 Chinese multinational corporations (MNCs) involved in at least 90 hydropower, oil and natural gas, and mining projects in Burma...In pursuit of Burma’s natural resources, China has provided...

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27 September 2007

[PDF] China in Burma: The increasing investment of Chinese multinational corporations in Burma’s hydropower, oil & gas, and mining sectors [in Chinese]

Author: EarthRights International

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1 September 2007

EarthRights Intl. background paper: “China's investment in Burma's hydropower, oil & gas, mining sectors”

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1 September 2007

[PDF] China in Burma: The increasing investment of Chinese multinational corporations in Burma’s hydropower, oil & gas, and mining sectors

Author: Earthrights International

Introductory research conducted by the [Earthright’s] Burma Project over the past three months has found more than 26 Chinese multinational corporations (MNCs) involved in more than 62 hydropower, oil & gas, and mining projects in Burma…. Detailed...

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5 February 2007

Environmental protection in China: the role of law

Author: Alex Wang, Director, China Environmental Law Project, Natural Resources Defense Council, in China Dialogue

In 2005, there were some 51,000 disputes over environmental pollution...Since the passage of the draft Environmental Protection Law in 1979, China’s environmental law framework has grown to include more than 20 major statutes...[Yet] enforcement is now...

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1 February 2005

[PDF] International Companies and Post-Conflict Reconstruction - Cross-Sectoral Comparisons

Author: John Bray, political risk specialist, Control Risks Group

In the worst cases, companies can inadvertently fuel the structural causes of the conflict, undermining prospects for recovery. However, by presenting a vision of a different kind of future, where personal success comes from entrepreneurial initiative...

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