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20 September 2005
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Article
28 October 2005
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Auteur: Lesley Wroughton, Reuters

The World Bank may withdraw from a high-profile oil pipeline investment in Chad [developed by a consortium comprising ExxonMobil, Chevron, Petronas] and halt lending to the government if it changes a law to access a larger share of oil profits,...

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1 November 2005
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Auteur: Ben Schiller, Ethical Corporation

A new report from Amnesty International has once again raised the issue of state-investor agreements, shedding light on the sometimes ambiguous legal status of multinational companies operating in the developing world. [refers to ABN Amro, BP, Barclays...

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Article
8 November 2005
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Auteur: Intl. Confederation of Free Trade Unions

Updated on Tuesday, November 08, 2005. This list is not exhaustive. We are ready to correct any factual errors which it may contain. As we receive information on further companies which are active in Burma we will approach them in the same way and,...

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17 November 2005
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Auteur: Oxfam America, Bank Information Center, Environmental Defense, Amis de la Terre, Intermón Oxfam (Oxfam Spain)

Chad’s Law 001 on Petroleum Revenue Management is the centerpiece and principal governance “safeguard” of the World Bank-supported experiment designed to ensure that oil revenues benefit the poor. The government’s proposed amendment would gut the law,...

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1 December 2005
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Auteur: Irene Khan, Secretary-General, Amnesty International

...ignoring human rights is a risk that companies can no longer afford to take, no matter where they come from or where they operate...[refers to ABB, Novartis, Statoil, as 3 companies road-testing UN Norms on business & human rights. Also refers...

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1 January 2006
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Auteur: Diakonie, Misereor, German NGO Working Group on the Chad/Cameroon Oil- and Pipeline Project

After the amendment of Law 001 [on the management of oil revenues], the oil money can even more easily fill the pockets of some elites and be spent to a large extent on military and police. This will not only be detrimental to the economic, social and...

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2 January 2006
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Auteur: Emad Mekay, Inter Press Service (IPS)

Tension is rising between the World Bank and the African nation of Chad, one of the world's poorest countries, over the latter's decision to seize funds from a controversial Bank-funded oil pipeline and not spend the money on social sectors... The...

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6 January 2006
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Auteur: Harry Dunphy, Associated Press

The World Bank is suspending $124 million in loans to Chad in a dispute over the African nation's decision to change its rules on the use of oil revenues to reduce poverty, Paul Wolfowitz, the bank's president, said Friday. He said by changing the...

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23 January 2006
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Auteur: Michael Schuman, TIME Asia

By doing business with Burma, Asian countries help its brutal military regime stay in power—while the Burmese people remain trapped in a time warp of poverty, oppression and economic misrule... China exports household appliances, chemicals and...

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