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11 February 2019
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17 January 2019
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Author: OCMAL

“OEFA ordena paralización inmediata de la empresa Minera Shougang para evitar contaminación de la bahía San Nicolás”- 17 de enero...

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13 November 2018
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19 May 2017

Peru: Civil Society submits report to the UN Human Rights Council about extraterritorial obligations of Chinese companies

Author: Equidad

“The Peruvian State breaches its duty to protect the human rights of individuals and communities negatively impacted by Chinese mining investments in Peru”...

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26 September 2016
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(Crédit photo : Confédération Syndicale Internationale)

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5 June 2015
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17 April 2015

China: Report shows Chinese firms are socially more responsible in Latin America than peers

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5 February 2013

Peru: Chinese aluminum producer Chinalco facing local criticism about lack of consultation & resettlement

After severe mudslides caused by underground operations at Chinalco mine, Shougang Group relocated over 5,000 residents to a new town they built in 2013. Some community members have voiced criticism about lack of consultation and unwanted resettlement...

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24 February 2010
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Author: Federación Nacional de Trabajadores Mineros Metalúrgicos y Siderúrgicos del Perú (FNTMMSP)

El...Ministerio de Energía y Minas...entregó de manera inconstitucional el uso y aprovechamiento de suelo a la empresa...Shougang, luego de "negociar" con dicha empresa, la cesión de terrenos a favor de las empresas CF Industries Perú S.A.C. y Orica...

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8 October 2008

China in Africa: Young Workers, Deadly Mines

Author: Simon Clark, Michael Smith, Franz Wild, Bloomberg

In its global quest for commodities, China relies on laborers -- from hand diggers in Katanga to iron ore miners in Peru -- who work in unsafe, unsanitary and sometimes lethal conditions. [refers to Gecamines, Zhejiang Huayou Cobalt, Nokia, Sony,...

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