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Company response
20 January 2020

Response by Syngenta

Author: Syngenta

At Syngenta protecting health and the environment is of paramount importance to us... We respect all international, national and local laws, and take our obligations as a large global business seriously......

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Article
20 January 2020
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Author: Jessica Davis Plüss, SwissInfo.ch

«Pour ses 50 ans, le WEF veut présenter un autre visage du capitalisme» 20 janvier 2020...

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Article
20 January 2020

UK: 'Upstart unions' are organising workers against precarious employment in gig economy & outsourcing

Author: Bethan Staton, Financial Times

"The upstart unions taking on the gig economy and outsourcing", 19 January 2020...

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Article
20 January 2020

African leaders tackle fake drugs that kill people and fund terrorism

Author: Danielle Paquette, Washington Post

"Fake drugs kill people and fund terror. African leaders hope to do something about it.", 18 January 2020...

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Report
20 January 2020

Oxfam report reveals scale of unpaid & underpaid care work within global inequality crisis

Author: Oxfam

"Time to care: Unpaid and underpaid care work and the global inequality crisis", 20 January 2020...

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Story
19 January 2020

Myanmar: Kirin's subsidiaries allegedly maintain business ties with Myanmar's military; company responds

The Guardian's article, "Australian craft beer brewer faces criticism over partnership with Myanmar military", alleges that Kirin’s business partnership with the Myanmar military “provides not only much-needed foreign currency for the isolated Myanmar...

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Article
19 January 2020

New owner of New Belgium Brewing, Kirin's subsidiary Little Lion World Beverages criticised over partnership with Myanmar's military

Author: David Pred

"Australian craft beer brewer faces criticism over partnership with Myanmar military", 28 Dec 2019...

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Story
19 January 2020

Philippines: Labour group alleges labour rights violations of Korean-owned Se Jung Apparel; company did not respond

An article posted by a labour-rights watch group Partido Manggagawa alleges that Korean-owned Se Jung Apparel has “maintained its illegal and hardline stance that it will grant the 13th month pay in March instead of December". The article further...

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Article
19 January 2020

Philippines: Korean-owned Se Jung Apparel continues to delay payment of wages and mandatory benefit for workers

Author: Partido Manggagawa

"DOLE hit for inaction on violations of "Grinch" company in Cavite", 3 January 2020...

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Company response
19 January 2020

Kirin's response

Author: Kirin

...Kirin shares the concerns of the international community regarding the serious questions being raised about human rights in Myanmar....

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