Turquoise Hill Resources

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Turquoise Hill Resources

Prior to August 2012, Turquoise Hill Resources was known as Ivanhoe Mines.  Please see the Ivanhoe Mines section for items prior to August 2012.  

Rio Tinto is a major stakeholder of Turquoise Hill Resources.

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7 March 2018
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27 February 2018
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9 August 2017

Mongolia: Herders win landmark agreement concerning mine that threatened their livelihood, health, & culture

Author: Sophie Edwards, Devex

"How a group of Mongolian herders took on a mining giant — and won", 9 August 2017...

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6 June 2016

Commentary: Canadian Govt.'s enhanced corporate social responsibility strategy requires details for implementation

Author: Josh Scheinert, OpenCanada

"Between Rock and Responsibility," 3 Jun 2016...

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10 February 2015

Myanmar: Foreign mining companies colluding in serious abuses & illegality in Monywa mine complex, says Amnesty report

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22 August 2014

So. Africa: Community organisation appeals against Platreef's mining right, citing food security and livelihood concerns

Author: Lawyers for Human Rights

“Press statement: Community organisation appeals against Platreef Resources’ mining right”, 8 Jul 2014: Lawyers for Human Rights, on behalf of the Mokopane Interested and Affected Communities Committee (MIACC), has lodged an appeal against the...

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18 May 2013

AP Impact: Myanmar sanctions list languishes

Author: Erika Kinetz & Matthew Pennington, Associated Press

The Obama administration didn't add anyone to the U.S. government's Myanmar sanctions list over 3½ years, despite recommendations from the U.S. Embassy in Yangon to blacklist hundreds of top officials and their business cronies, as well as military...

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12 February 2013

African mining changes the tune, but will actions follow?

Author: Ed O’Keefe, Director at Synergy Global Consulting in Financial Times

… [A]t the annual Africa Mining Indaba in Cape Town…[t]his year…the debate was as much about people and politics as it was about mining. The agenda has clearly changed. At previous Indabas…[d]iscussions on the social outcomes of mining, the resource...

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26 November 2012

Suu Kyi speaks out on Monywa copper mine project [Burma]

Author: Mizzima News

Suu Kyi responded to a question about the controversial Monywa-Latpadaung copper mining project:...“Before implementing government projects we need a process of transparency. But also, if we unilaterally break off ongoing projects [with foreign firms]...

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4 October 2012

Conflict Risk Network, US investors & asset managers support US reporting requirements on responsible investment in Burma

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