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24 February 2015
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Author: Arnaud Dubus, RFI

« Travailleurs migrants dans l'industrie électronique en Malaisie », 17 février 2015...

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Survey response
11 February 2015

Response by Panasonic: Myanmar Foreign Investment Tracking Project

English translation approved by Panasonic. The original Japanese response can be downloaded below....

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Story
9 February 2015

Information & communications technology sector: Myanmar Foreign Investment Tracking Project

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9 February 2015

Asia & Pacific region (Myanmar Foreign Investment Tracking Project)

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Story
3 February 2015

Search responses by company name (Myanmar Foreign Investment Tracking Project)

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Article
26 September 2014

UN Business Call to Action welcomes companies’ commitments towards Millennium Development Goals

"Multinationals reaffirm commitment to BoP business with BCtA", 24 Sep 2014...

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Article
25 March 2014

Discrimination suit against Panasonic heats up [USA]

Author: Hugh R. Morley, Record (USA)

Records of any employee complaints of discrimination and retaliation going back 24 years are the focus of a...battle in the suit filed by three female African-American executives at Panasonic Corp. of America who claim they were passed over for...

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Article
13 March 2014

Panasonic compensates employees for China pollution problem in rare move for global companies

Author: Associated Press, Lethbridge Herald (Canada)

Japanese electronics maker Panasonic Corp. is compensating employees for living with air pollution in China…The payment for what the company described as the “PM2.5 problem,” referring to tiny particles in the air that at sufficient quantities reduce...

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13 March 2014

China: Panasonic compensates employees for living with air pollution

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Blog post
7 February 2014

Companies can help advance human rights; Sochi shows they rarely do

Author: Ella Skybenko, Eastern Europe and Central Asia Researcher & Representative, Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

The world's costliest Olympics has been built on exploitation, discrimination and a deafening silence, writes Ella Skybenko

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