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[DOC] Corporate Obligations under International Law

...These instances demonstrate that there are no reasons of principle why companies cannot have direct obligations under international law...[C]oncurrence of international obligations of states and of non-state actors is an inevitable result of the globalization process. The intention of the drafters of the Norms obviously was that obligations of companies would supplement and not replace the obligations of states. [This paper was presented at Intl. Law Association conference (Berlin, Aug. 2004) and submitted to UN stakeholder consultation on business & human rights in Sep. 2004]

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