Guinée Equatoriale

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Article
15 July 2004
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Auteur: David Ivanovich, Houston Chronicle

Staffers on the Senate's Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations pointed to arrangements between the oil companies and entities controlled by the family of President Teodoro Obiang Nguema, as well as to scholarships doled out to relatives of the...

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15 July 2004
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Auteur: Elliot Blair Smith, USA TODAY

The [US Senate] hearing looked at investigators' findings that the bank served as a conduit for several large U.S. oil companies — including Amerada Hess, ExxonMobil and Marathon Oil — to pay hundreds of millions of dollars to relatives of Teodoro...

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15 July 2004
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22 May 2004
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Auteur: Ken Silverstein, Los Angeles Times

Federal investigators have been looking into American oil companies' real estate dealings in Equatorial Guinea to determine whether they have improperly benefited the country's despotic ruler...Both firms [Marathon Oil, ExxonMobil] said their dealings...

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14 May 2004
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14 May 2004
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3 May 2004
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3 May 2004
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Auteur: NGO Working Group on EDC [Export Development Canada], Halifax Initiative Coalition

Final Report for a Panel Discussion and Expert Meeting - [Participants concluded that challenges to effective human rights impact assessment include that industry and government largely view them as only a technical hurdle; they rarely give public...

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1 May 2004
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Auteur: Katharine Ainger, New Internationalist

Private interests from warlords to unscrupulous corporations to arms dealers and organized crime have helped to fuel African conflicts over the past decade as they vie for control over valuable resources.

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24 March 2004
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Auteur: Global Witness

Las industrias petrolífera y minera están haciendo frente a una epidemia global de escándalos financieros, con billones de dólares de ingresos en algunos de los países más pobres del mundo de los que se desconoce el paradero, según un nuevo informe de...

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