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20 May 2019

Bangladesh: Terms of extension may weaken Accord's independence

Author: BDApparelNews

"Analysis: Terms of extension to strip independence of Accord?", 19 May 2019...

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20 May 2019

Latin America: Report details impacts of international arbitrations filed by mining companies

New report details the impacts of international arbitration filed by mining companies in countries across Latin America.  The report analyses 38 cases filed by global mining corporations against Latin American governments using the investor-state...

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20 May 2019

Tanzania: Govt. agency fines Acacia Mining for environmental damage by its subsidiary

Author: JP Casey, Mining Technology (USA)

"Tanzania fines Acacia $2.4m over environmental damage"...

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Company response
20 May 2019

Reponse by Anglo American

Author: Anglo American

Anglo American plc confirms that, on 18 January 2019, an award was issued in its arbitration against Venezuela brought under the UK-Venezuela Bilateral Investment Treaty (“the Treaty”) (ICSID Case No. ARB(AF)/14/1). The case related to Anglo American’s...

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20 May 2019

Commentary: Despite increasing regulation, mining companies are still slow to seeking legal advice on social and environmental governance

Author: Fieldfisher, Mining.com

"Mining companies need to start thinking seriously about ESG - opinion", 12 May 2019....

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Story
20 May 2019

USA: Nonprofit drug rehab program allegedly sends patients to work without pay at Exxon, Shell & Walmart; incl. company responses

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20 May 2019
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Las comunidades afectadas por la mina de Minerales de Occidente, subsidiaria de empresa canadiense, Aura Minerals, llevan años denunciando los daños medioambientales de la extracción minera.  Personas defensoras de su tierra y territorio en contra de...

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20 May 2019

Patients have allegedly worked without pay & in dangerous conditions as part of Cenikor Foundation drug rehabilitation programme

Author: Reveal, The Center for Investigative Reporting

"They worked in sweltering heat for Exxon, Shell and Walmart. They didn't get a dime." ...

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20 May 2019

Chad: Artisanal mining increases political tension between the government and local communities

Author: International Crisis Group (Belgium)

"Chad: Avoiding Confrontation in Miski", 17 may 2019...

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20 May 2019

Madagascar: Rio Tinto ilmenite mining breached environmental buffer zone, allegedly contaminating local waterways with radionuclides; co response included

Author: Yvonne Orengo, The Ecologist

"Rio Tinto 'admits buffer breach'", 9 April 2019....

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