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27 August 2019

Sinochem

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26 August 2019

Fertiliser companies accused of complicity in Morocco's occupation of Western Sahara

“The indigenous Sahrawi people accuse the New Zealand fertiliser companies of helping prop up their oppression. In the same way that blood diamonds refer to precious stones mined to finance a warlord's activities, they say what is being mined in Weste...

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Article
6 December 2017

Emerald Energy, oil subsidiary of Sinochem, faces local community challenges in Colombia

Author: Ma Tianjie, chinadialogue

 'Oil, monkeys, guerrillas: Chinese companies face problems in the Amazon', 30 November 2017...

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18 October 2017

Colombia: Tensions over land and natural resources may threaten peace, according to NGOs analysing challenges of increased foreign investment

Author: Dialogo Chino

“Social opposition to extractive industries hits all-time high in Colombia” – 12 October 2017...

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24 June 2017
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31 October 2016
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21 August 2015
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Author: AFP et Le Monde (France)

« Explosions à Tianjin : les « confessions » des propriétaires de l'entrepôt », 20 août 2015...

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15 July 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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Report
29 March 2015

[PDF] Chinese companies reporting in EITI implementing countries

Author: EITI International Secretariat

Chinese companies operating in the 48 EITI implementing countries are…required to disclose information in accordance with the EITI Standard. This includes information about how much they pay to the governments…it also includes oil and mining...

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