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11 October 2009
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Auteur: Sarah Boseley, Guardian [UK]

People with haemophilia in Taiwan are appealing a decision by the US courts that says they cannot sue a multi-national drugs firm [Cutter (part of Bayer)] in the US over allegations that they contracted HIV from contaminated blood products that the...

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3 March 2009

Les grandes marques internationales de la distribution et du détail détiennent la clef de l’abolition du trafic de main-d’œuvre

Auteur: Fédération internationale des travailleurs du textile, de l'habillement et du cuir (FITTHC)

...Neil Kearney, secrétaire général de la FITTHC, a signalé que les industries du textile, de l’habillement et du cuir avaient de plus en plus tendance à s’approvisionner en main-d’œuvre migrante...Les grandes marques internationales de la...

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  • Entreprises concernées: Nike
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3 March 2009
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Auteur: International Textile, Garment and Leather Workers’ Federation

Trafficking of workers and their subsequent slavery is a growing problem in the labour cost conscious global garment and footwear industry which is increasingly resorting to the use of migrant labour, including trafficked child workers… Neil Kearney,...

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Article
11 February 2009
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Auteur: Marie Morice, CSR Asia

Despite stricter international regulations, companies are increasingly dumping their unwanted waste in less wealthiest countries and polluting other people’s “backyard”. The case of Formosa Plastics Corporation, one of Taiwan’s leading corporations, is...

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1 November 2008
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Auteur: Muireann O'Brian, Milena Grillo & Helia Barbosa, ECPAT

Efforts to combat the sexual exploitation of children in travel and tourism have been ongoing for almost 30 years…However, demand for children and young people as sexual partners remains…Forms of travel have changed and the means to exploit have become...

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31 October 2008
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Auteur: Clear Voice

Clear Voice, a confidential communication hotline for workers, has successfully completed its first year of operations in Latin America and China and is expanding to five additional Asian countries in partnership with Verité...Philippines, Malaysia,...

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24 September 2008
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Auteur: Reuters

BANGLADESH: Three Chinese powdered milk brands, Sanlu, Suncare and Yashili, were banned...MALAYSIA: All Chinese milk imports, as well as chocolates, sweets and other foods containing milk, were banned...SINGAPORE: [It] banned the import and sale of...

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24 September 2008
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Auteur: Lee Spears and Helen Yuan, Bloomberg

China pulled more than 7,000 metric tons of dairy products from shelves as the nation's new quality regulator pledged ``forceful'' measures to tackle chemical contamination that's killed four infants and sickened 53,000...China...has sent inspectors to...

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15 January 2008
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Auteur: Akie Hart and Evang. I. H. Pepple, Nigeria shrimp working group, in This Day [Nigeria]

The shrimp production method that is employed in...developing countries [where ponds are used to cultivate shrimp, with all the chemicals involved, which are usually injurious to the soil] that has generated public outcry, is about to start here in...

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  • Entreprises concernées: Shell
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30 October 2007
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Auteur: Dimitri Bruyas, China Post

Local doctors who have helped a visiting Chinese doctor solicit Taiwan patients for liver transplants in China will be subject to legal penalties...[D]octors from three or four Taiwanese hospitals are suspected of having served as brokers between...

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