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12 May 2008

Christian Aid report says tax evasion by companies responsible for 1,000 deaths a day in developing countries

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12 May 2008

[PDF] Death & taxes: the true toll of tax dodging

Author: Christian Aid

Christian Aid has concluded that the necessary money, and more, is already available [to address poverty]– if only those who owe it would pay up. We are talking about tax. This report seeks to expose the scandal of a global taxation system that allows...

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Article
10 March 2008

Fair Contracts for Poor Countries

Author: Karl Sauvant, Executive Director, Columbia Univ. Program on International Investment, in Policy Innovations [USA]

A number of countries in Latin America, Africa, Eastern Europe, and elsewhere are abrogating or renegotiating contracts with multinational enterprises (MNEs), and others are likely to follow suit... While "fairness" may well be in the eyes of the...

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19 October 2007

[PDF] full report: "Non-discrimination and Equality"

Author: Amnesty International Dutch Section

This document places the right to freedom from discrimination within the context of the workplace...[C]ase studies are included in Chapter 5, focusing in particular on the challenges of implementing non-discrimination policies in different settings. A...

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19 July 2007

Mittal Steel guilty of 'dumping hazardous waste' [So. Africa]

Author: SAPA [So. Africa]

Inspectors have found that the Vereeniging site of ...Mittal Steel [part of Arcelor Mittal] contravenes environmental laws, the environment department said on Thursday....Spokesperson Mava Scott said some activities at the site...[include] the dumping...

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1 July 2007

Liberia: Report says exploitation of timber, rubber & minerals must be re-organised to benefit local population

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1 July 2007

[PDF] Land Grabbing and Land Reform: Diamonds, Rubber and Forests in the New Liberia

Author: Partnership Africa Canada & Association of Environmental Lawyers of Liberia (Green Advocates)

The inequalities and lack of development inherent in the old systems [of natural resource exploitation] were in no small measure responsible for Liberia’s decade and more of instability and war...[M]ore thoroughgoing reform of the resource sector will...

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10 June 2007

UK’s richest man in slave labour row

Author: Mark Franchetti, Robert Winnett, The Sunday Times [UK]

Workers employed by Lakshmi Mittal, Britain’s richest man, are accusing the billionaire of cashing in on “slave labour” conditions after scores have died in accidents in his mines. Coalminers working in Mittal’s Kazakh mines claim his firm is...

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22 May 2007

Mittal halts eviction of Vanderbijlpark families [So. Africa]

Author: SABC News [So. Africa]

Steel giant, Mittal Steel South Africa, says they will not evict the remaining four families still living in Steel Valley in Vanderbijlpark...The once thriving community now resembles a barren wasteland but today the remaining families remembered the...

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13 May 2007

Dirty business beware! [So. Africa]

Author: Sharda Naidoo, Business Times [So. Africa]

The government is clamping down on the country’s biggest industrial polluters in a fresh bid to cut hazardous gas emissions. This week state environmental management inspectors...started a countrywide crackdown on refineries and the iron, steel and...

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