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28 July 2019

Bolivia: Plans revealed to increase trade and transport links with Peru

Author: Prensa Latina (Cuba)

“Bolivia considers Peru a Key Partner for Regional Trade”, 27th July 2019...

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18 July 2019

Mexico: Chinese companies invest in country's second largest port

Author: State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission of the State Council

“China-constructed Port to Become Second Largest in Mexico”, 17th July 2019...

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12 July 2019

Canada: Campaign launched to highlight abuse BC Ferries workers face at work & company's slow response to allegations

Author: Lakshmi Sadhu, Daily Hive

"BC Ferries workers face verbal and physical abuse by disgruntled passengers, union says", 10 July 2019...

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11 July 2019

UK: P&O Ferries staff allege low wages & poor working conditions; Incl. co comments

In June 2019, P&O Ferries was accused of labour abuses and wages so low it amounted to "slave labour". UK Member of Parliament Karl Turner claimed in the House of Commons that some foreign staff on board P&O vessels received a wage of as littl...

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7 July 2019
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Author: El País

“Repartidores de Rappi queman mochilas frente a sede de la empresa en Bogotá” – 5 de julio de 2019...

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1 July 2019

UAE: Two remaining seafarers aboard abandoned MV Tamim Aldar waiting on unpaid wages for over two years

Two remaining seafarers have been stranded aboard the abandoned ship the MV Tamim Aldar for over two years as they wait for salaries to be paid. The sailors are stuck 24 miles off the coat of Ras Al Khaimah, UAE and allege wages pending since March...

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21 June 2019

UAE: Crew abandoned on Elite Way Marine Services ship for two years paid part of their owed salaries & return home

For 18 months, the 10-person crew of the Azraqmoiah had been stranded six nautical miles from the Ajman coast with little supplies, fuel, food, wages or means of communication after their initial eight month contract with the ship's owner, Elite Way...

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31 May 2019

Bangladesh: Shipbreaking yards continue to pose safety risks for workers

Author: IndustriALL

"Safety crisis in Bangladesh shipbreaking yards continues", 29 May 2019...

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18 March 2019

King Trader did not respond

Author: King Trader Ltd.

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17 March 2019

Solomon Islands: Oil spill impacts local communities' health, food sources & livelihood

A major oil spill in a remote region of the Solomon Islands is seriously impacting the health and livelihoods of local communities in the affected area. Residents in the remote region around Rennell Island, Solomon Islands, are also complaining of a...

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