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Tetra Pak (part of Tetra Laval)

Member of UN Global Compact

Headquarters in Switzerland

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1 May 2006

10 companies awarded for contribution to UN Millennium Development Goals: winners include Merck, ABN Ambro, GlaxoSmithKline, TetraPak

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1 May 2006

[PDF] 2006 World Business Awards in support of the Millennium Development Goals

Author: International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), UNDP, The Prince of Wales International Business Leaders Forum (IBLF)

[winners: Aavishkaar India Micro Venture Capital Fund, Merck, EcoLogic Finance, GlaxoSmithKline, Health Care Logistics, VidaGas, Cemex, SOLO, Eczacibasi-Georgia-Pacific / Ipek kagit, Banco Real (part of ABN AMRO), Tetra Pak. Highly commended: Anglo...

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1 November 2005

[PDF] Environmental and Social Report 2005 - A long-term perspective

Author: Tetra Pak

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1 October 2005

A Long-Term Perspective

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1 October 2005

[PDF] A Long-Term Perspective

Author: Tetra Pak

Our engagement in recycling bore fruit as we increased beverage carton recycling by 2 billion packages to a total of 18 billion. We also undertook development, with industry partners, of a recycling technology that enables each part of the carton to...

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14 September 2005

Business and Development [subscription only]

Author: Financial Times

As world leaders gather in New York to review progress on meeting goals to halve extreme poverty by 2015, the FT looks at the arguments in favour of a commercial approach to development issues. [Supplement contains several articles. Companies...

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4 July 2005

Swedish-Saudi companies "violate workers' rights"

Author: AFP

Large companies such as truckmaker Volvo, Swiss-Swedish engineering group ABB, and packaging firm Tetra Pak have soaked up the benefits of Saudi Arabia's booming economy, but also sometimes adhere to local rules that violate the rights of their...

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1 July 2005

Partnering for Poverty Reduction: The Growing Sustainable Business Initiative

Author: W. Day, S. Gandhi & J. Giersing, United Nations Development Programme

Inspired by the 2002 Global Compact Policy Dialogue on “Business and Sustainable Development”, UNDP developed the GSB [Growing Sustainable Business Initiative] to facilitate business-led enterprise solutions to poverty in advancement of the Millennium...

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1 July 2005

SwedWatch report alleges Swedish companies in Saudi Arabia are violating workers' rights

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1 July 2005

[PDF] executive summary: "Just Another Commodity? A Report on the Situation of Migrant Workers and Swedish companies in Saudi Arabia"

Author: SwedWatch

[refers to Volvo Trucks (part of Volvo), ABB, Tetra Pak, Arla Foods, AlRashid-Abetong (joint venture AlRashid Trading & Contracting and Abetong, part of Heidelberg Cement), Saudi Crawford Doors (part of Cardo Door).] [Includes positions of the...

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