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Initiative pour la Transparence des Industries extractives (ITIE)

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1 August 2004
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Auteur: ISIS Asset Management

[PDF] reo® stands for Responsible Engagement Overlay. The objective of reo® is to use the influence that ISIS has through its share ownership and that of its clients to encourage investee companies to enhance their business performance by adopting...

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2 April 2004
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Auteur: MPA [Azerbaijani news agency]

The aim of the initiative is to ensure the transparency of funds being paid to the state by companies. [refers to BP]

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  • Entreprises concernées: BP
Article
31 January 2004
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Auteur: Jason Switzer, International Institute for Sustainable Development, and Halina Ward, International Institute for Environment and Development

This report has two aims. First, to review the provisions of voluntary codes, guidelines and initiatives that address the relationship between business activities and violent civil conflict. Second, to make suggestions on a framework for public policy...

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Article
30 January 2004
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Auteur: Fanny Calder & Dr. Malaika Culverwell, Royal Institute of International Affairs

[refers to Shell, Dupont, General Motors, Ford, Anglo American, BHP Billiton, Canon]

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Article
10 December 2003
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Auteur: Chris Finlayson, Managing Director of Shell Nigeria, keynote address at 2003 Commonwealth Business Forum, text in Vanguard [Nigeria]

We in Shell...are supporting the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative...Shell in Nigeria already reports the taxes and royalties we pay here, in line with the President's commitment to revenue transparency...In line with our sustainable...

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  • Entreprises concernées: Shell
Article
9 December 2003
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Auteur: World Bank

The World Bank Group announced today its formal endorsement of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative and pledged to work with several developing nations, as well as companies, on ways to publish revenues accruing from oil, gas, and mining...

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Article
23 November 2003
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Auteur: Tobias Webb, Ethical Corporation

Three leading executives discussed their views on how to engage developing country governments on human rights...[refers to Premier Oil, Statoil, Shell, BP, Rio Tinto, Reebok]

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12 November 2003
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Auteur: Mike Oduniyi, This Day [Nigeria]

US Oil major, ChevronTexaco announced yesterday that it fully backed Federal Government's decision to publish revenues from oil and gas on a monthly basis.

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12 November 2003
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Article
12 November 2003
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Auteur: Global Witness

The conviction for embezzlement of three senior executives of the former French state oil company, Elf, is a blow against corruption in the global oil industry..."If oil companies were required to publish all their payments to governments, and...

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