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18 April 2002
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Auteur: Reuters

Taiwan's environmental authority said yesterday it reached a deal with the insurance firms of the Greek bulk carrier Amorgos for T$61 million (US$1.7 million) in compensation to clean up the worst oil spill in decades.

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10 March 2002
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Auteur: Taipei Times

As the Gender Equality Labor Law went into effect on Friday, nearly 70 percent of Taiwan's businesses believe that the law will cause difficulties in terms of management, according to the results of a poll released yesterday.

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9 March 2002
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Auteur: Chiu Yu-Tzu, Taipei Times

Activists are upset that the company is doing little to solve a lingering dispute between workers and plant management at one of its factories in the US - US and Taiwanese labor and environmental activists yesterday protested in Taipei City against the...

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11 January 2002
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Auteur: Nityanand Jayaraman, NoPE - No Plastics in the Environment

At a time when Indian cities and the rural countryside are reeling under a plastic waste crisis, official import data indicates that India has been a favoured dumping ground for plastic wastes...The imports included wastes of highly toxic plastics such...

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9 December 2001
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Auteur: Frank Nxumalo, Business Report [South Africa]

...The mainly Taiwanese owners of these factories have fed into this desperation and added to the general feeling of insecurity and powerlessness by summarily dismissing those workers who dare join a trade union

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9 December 2001
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9 December 2001
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Auteur: Frank Nxumalo, Business Report [South Africa]

The owners of 20 Newcastle textile factories are threatening to abandon up to 8 000 workers and relocate to Lesotho after being ordered to pay minimum wages and to eliminate dangerous working conditions.

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15 August 2001
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Auteur: Andrew Perrin, San Francisco Chronicle

... a recent labor dispute at a Taiwanese-owned textile factory in impoverished Nicaragua has cast a spotlight on what U.S. activists say is Taiwan's least admired export: labor rights abuses.

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5 July 2001
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Auteur: Mike Loewe, East Cape News [Grahamstown, South Africa]

The discovery in Port Elizabeth that a Taiwanese trawler has been plundering our oceans has highlighted the problem of a lack of policing of international fishing, especially off the African coastline. Rhodes Ichthyology head Dr Peter Britz said in a...

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28 May 2001
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Auteur: Kosol Satithamajit, Bangkok Post

Letters say twenty labourers have died in Taiwan

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