Iniciativa de Transparencia en la Industria Extractiva (EITI)

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Artículo
7 November 2003
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Autor(a): Transparency International

...This would be in keeping with the principles of the UK government-led Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative...The Nigerian move was also welcomed by Chris Finlayson, Chairman of the Shell companies in Nigeria...

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Historia
7 November 2003
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Artículo
2 October 2003
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Autor(a): Carola Hoyos and John Reed, Financial Times

Angola is the starkest battlefront in a campaign by northern governments and non-governmental organisations to ensure developing- world countries spend revenue from their resource industries responsibly. Angola faces mounting pressure from the...

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Artículo
1 September 2003
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Autor(a): Jessica Banfield (International Alert), Virginia Haufler (University of Maryland), Damian Lilly (independent consultant)

Private sector activity...is a significant factor influencing the shape and intensity of many conflicts...The basic thesis of the report...is that conflict sensitive business, and its promotion by public policymaking institutions, could become an...

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Artículo
16 August 2003
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Autor(a): John Bolender, ZNet

Today, the oil contractors are Exxon Mobil and Amerada Hess, and the amount of oil is estimated to be at least one billion barrels...Recently, there has been a campaign led by Tony Blair and human rights activists, including Christian Aid, a campaign...

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Artículo
18 June 2003
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Autor(a): Terry Macalister, Guardian [UK]

US oil companies [ExxonMobil, ConocoPhillips and ChevronTexaco] were fighting yesterday to prevent an anti-corruption initiative being made mandatory at an industry forum meeting in London assembled by Tony Blair.

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Artículo
17 June 2003
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Autor(a): Charlotte Denny, Guardian

British oil firms, including Shell and BP, have privately backed calls for publication of payments to be compulsory because they believe otherwise honest companies will be undercut by less scrupulous competitors...But with the US administration under...

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Artículo
16 June 2003
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Autor(a): Global Witness

Whilst the EITI [Extractive Industry Transparency Initiative] is a valuable first step to improve transparency in the extractive industry, its current voluntary approach is insufficient for real change.

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Artículo
20 May 2003
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Autor(a): Publish What You Pay coalition

The Publish What You Pay coalition of over 100 NGOs warmly welcomes the statement from UK and European investors calling for the public disclosure of taxes, royalties and other payments by extractive companies.

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Artículo
19 May 2003
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Autor(a): ISIS Asset Management, Schroders Investment Management, Insight Investment Management, Dresdner RCM Global Investors, Co-operative Insurance Society, Jupiter Asset Management, Central Finance Board of the Methodist Church, Henderson Global Investors, Morley Fund Management

A group of 10 investors representing £466 billion (€650 billion) has today issued a statement calling on extractive companies to be more transparent about the payments they make to governments...The [UK] Prime Minister has endorsed the statement by...

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