Headquarters in Japan
Suzuki website: http://www.suzuki.com
Author: Paranjoy Guha Thakurta, Inter Press Service
India's...government has on the anvil controversial legislation that would see jobs reserved for ‘dalits'...in private corporations after a pattern that has long existed in the public sector. Opposition to the proposed law is already building up from...
Author: FIDH (Intl. Federation for Human Rights)
The fact-finding mission aimed to document and analyse CSR implementation by national and multinational companies in Hungary. It also sought to examine the existing regulatory framework...[refers to Suzuki, Visteon, Paks, Tesco, Auchan, Magyar Telekom ...
[DOC] Letter to Toyota Chairman Fujio Cho from Trillium Asset Management & Domini Social Investments regarding Toyota group investments in Burma
Author: Susan Baker Martin, Trillium Asset Management & Adam Kanzer, Domini Social Investments
We are writing to Toyota Motor Corporation because Toyota’s business ties to the military regime in Burma present a notable material risk to the reputation of the Toyota brand and long-term shareholder value... Toyota Motor Corporation’s trading...
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The European Commission sparked controversy on Wednesday with plans to fine carmakers that miss proposed cuts in ca[rbon emissions from new cars, slammed by both industry and environmentalists... The proposals have been the subject of fierce lobbying...
Author: National Labor Committee [USA]
Overworked to death... Sweatshops and human trafficking: Toyota’s parts supply chain is riddled with sweatshop abuse, including the human trafficking of tens of thousands of foreign guest workers—mostly from China and Vietnam—to Japan, where they are...
Author: BurmaNet News
Major Japanese motor companies are planning to establish [six] special economic zone in Myanmar [which is planned to attract direct foreign investment…to promote the country’s economic development] to produce motor vehicle spare parts, the leading...
Author: Alliance to Stop Slavery and End Trafficking & CALL+RESPONSE
[The Chain store reaction project is an open letter asking companies to investigate labour abuses in their production chains. Webpage indicates how many emails sent to each company, and which are responding]. [refers to American Apparel, Audi, A...
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Author: Economist Intelligence Unit, The Economist
2009 has the potential to be a watershed year for climate change. The clock is counting down to the Copenhagen conference in December…Whatever policymakers in these various regions decide, the impact of regulation will fall primarily on the corporate...
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