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6 December 2018

Netherlands: Rail co. NS to compensate Holocaust survivors & their relatives over its role in deportation of Jews during WWII

Author: BBC News

"Holocaust: Dutch rail firm NS to pay families compensation", 28 Nov 2018 ...

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13 November 2018

Latin America: Inter-American Dialogue launches database on Chinese investments in infrastructure projects

Author: The Dialogue

“China’s Transport Infrastructure Investment in LAC: Five Things to Know” – November 13, 2018...

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14 October 2018

Kenyans say Chinese investment brings racism and discrimination

Author: Joseph Goldstein, New York Times

…Mr. Ochieng’ found work at a Chinese motorcycle company that had just expanded to Kenya. But then his new boss, a Chinese man his own age, started calling him a monkey…Humiliated and outraged, Mr. Ochieng’ decided to record one of his boss’s rants,...

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27 September 2018
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26 September 2018

Kenya: Railway construction to delay due to dispute over compensation for displacement

Author: Stanley Ngotho, Business Daily (Kenya)

"Land pay row to further delay SGR’s 2nd phase"...

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30 August 2018

Labour & poverty reduction dimensions of Chinese investments in Ethiopia

Author: CNN

"Employed by China"...

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Company response
20 August 2018
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Author: Sabrina Felipe, The Intercept Brasil (Brazil)

“A Vale está atropelando Quilombolas com processos para duplicar ferrovia no Maranhão”, 13 de agosto de 2018...

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18 August 2018

Laos: Compensation for lands taken away for railway project uncertain; prostitution on the rise due to influx of Chinese workers

Author: Peter Janssen, Asia Times

"China train project runs roughshod over Laos", 18 August 2018...

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6 August 2018

Companies involved in Jerusalem light rail expansion accused of violating international law

In June 2018, a group of international, Palestinian, and French NGOs published a report accusing Alstom, Egis Group, and Systra of violating international law due to their involvement in expanding the Jerusalem light rail system. According to the...

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Company non-response
6 August 2018

Egis Group did not respond

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited Egis Group to respond to allegations concerning violations of international law, due to its involvement in expanding the Jerusalem light rail system. Egis Group did not respond.

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