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10 October 2019

US government blocks shipments from companies alleged of using forced labour in China, Malaysia, Brazil, Zimbabwe and Congo

Author: Martha Mendoza, Associated Press

“Company making Costco pajamas flagged for forced labor”, 8 Oct 2019...

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18 March 2019

USA: California jury awards $29 million to woman claiming Johnson & Johnson’s talcum-powder-based products caused her cancer

Author: Reuters

"Woman awarded $29m in damages in Johnson & Johnson cancer case", 14 Mar 2019...

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28 January 2019
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Author: AFP

« Couches pour bébés: alerte sur des "risques", les fabricants sommés d'agir », 23 janvier 2019...

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17 December 2018
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Author: Forbes (México)

“Talco de Johnson & Johnson puede causar cáncer a tu bebé: Reuters”, 17 de diciembre 2018...

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19 November 2018

USA: Jury decides Johnson & Johnson should not be held liable in lawsuit alleging its talc products caused cancer

Author: Tina Bellon, Reuters

"Jury clears J&J of liability in California talc cancer case", 14 Nov 2018...

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13 July 2018

USA: Johnson & Johnson ordered to pay $4.7bn in lawsuit alleging talcum powder caused ovarian cancer

Author: BBC

"Johnson & Johnson to pay $4.7bn damages in talc cancer case", 13 July 2018...

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23 May 2018

Canada: Judge allows class action lawsuit alleging Johnson & Johnson talcum powder caused cancer to proceed

Author: Kristin Compton, Drug Watch (USA)

"Talc Ovarian Cancer Class Action OK’d in Canada, U.S. Lawsuits Continue", 22 May 2018...

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9 April 2018

USA: Jury awards $37 mln to couple in lawsuit alleging Johnson & Johnson products containing talcum powder caused lung cancer

Author: Jen Christensen, CNN (USA)

"New Jersey couple awarded $37 million in talcum powder case", 6 April 2018...

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18 July 2017

Members of US business org IECA disagree with its stance against Paris Agreement

President Trump's withdrawal from the Paris Agreement has faced significant criticism from the business community. In advance of the decision, over one thousand companies publicly declared their support for the Paris Agreement and following the...

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14 July 2017

Kimberly-Clark response re conflict between IECA membership and its sustainability policies

Author: Kimberly-Clark

The Industrial Energy Consumers of America (IECA) does not speak for Kimberly-Clark on environmental or climate issues. Kimberly-Clark believes that action must be taken to address climate change and we support the direction of the Paris Agreement's...

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