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3 May 2002
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Auteur: Chiquita Brands International, Inc.

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1 May 2002
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developed by a multi-stakeholder Steering Committee under the guidance of the United Nations Environmental Program (UNEP) and the International Council on Metals and the Environment (ICME).

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1 May 2002
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Auteur: Jim Lobe, OneWorld

The Fair Trade industry in North America made nearly US$100 million in gross sales in the year 2000, according to a new report released this week by the Fair Trade Federation (FTF), an association of retail and wholesale outlets committed to ensuring...

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1 May 2002
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Auteur: Renato Alva Pino, United Nations Research Insitute for Social Development (UNRISD)

[Divided into the following sections: General; Codes of Conduct; Certification & reporting; Ethical investment; Fair trade; Regulation & globalisation; Partnerships; Movements; Critical perspectives & campaigns]

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19 April 2002
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Auteur: Richard Meeran, British attorney who acted successfully for South African asbestosis victims against Cape Plc, in Mail & Guardian [South Africa]

A legally binding convention that is enforceable in practice needs to be formulated to ensure proper multinational accountability, capturing the supply-chain, not just subsidiaries. This convention must be applied internationally and, in a development...

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10 April 2002
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Auteur: Reuters

More than 300 laid-off migrants protested on Wednesday to demand back pay from a southern China toy plant where they had toiled under sordid conditions that led clients to cancel their orders...Multinational firms such as Mattel Inc., MGA Entertainment...

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5 April 2002
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Auteur: Danielle Knight, Inter Press Service, in Asia Times [Hong Kong]

Vast areas of remaining intact forest on four continents have been degraded because of poor enforcement of existing forest protection laws, according to researchers at the Washington-based World Resources Institute...Jim Strittholt, head of Global...

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1 April 2002
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Auteur: Lucy Amis & Dave Prescott, International Business Leaders Forum

[A comparison of policies & practices on human rights issues by 7 multinational extractive companies: BG, BP, BHP Billiton, BOC Group [part of Linde], Premier Oil, Rio Tinto, Shell]

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28 March 2002
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Auteur: Carole Vaporean, Reuters

Non-profit organization Global Exchange plans to begin a campaign this weekend intended to pressure privately held chocolate manufacturer M&M/Mars to use so-called "fair trade certified" cocoa beans

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  • Entreprises concernées: Mars
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24 March 2002
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Auteur: Benjamin Gedan, Boston Globe

...students from Brandeis University protested the store's refusal to eliminate made-in-Burma apparel from its clothing racks.

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