作者: EITI International Secretariat
Chinese companies operating in the 48 EITI implementing countries are…required to disclose information in accordance with the EITI Standard. This includes information about how much they pay to the governments…it also includes oil and mining production...
- 另见: Report finds Chinese companies willing to disclose financial information (e.g. payments to govts) according to EITI Standard
- 深度追踪: African region Chinese investment overseas Extractives, including oil and mines Latin American region Other issues Other regions Southeast Asia
- 相关企业: China Metallurgical (MCC) China Minmetals China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) China Nonferrous Metal Mining China Railway Construction CNOOC (China National Offshore Oil Corporation) PetroChina (part of China National Petroleum Corporation) Sinochem Sinopec Zijin
作者: Toh Han Shih, South China Morning Post
There has been a huge increase in Chinese dam projects in South America, which has expanded China's geopolitical clout in the continent but also drawn allegations of poor corporate social responsibility. "China's involvement in hydropower development...
作者: Sinohydro Group Limited
The Contract Agreement of Agua Zarca Dam Project with DESA was terminated on August 24th 2013…Sinohydro…signed the Contract Agreement on November 16th 2012, with DESA as the Employer for the construction…Right from the very beginning of our...
作者: Andres Schipani, Financial Times
…Chinalco, a Chinese mining company, has built the settlement [of Nueva Morococha] from scratch to relocate about 3,500 people from the village of Morococha – a former mining camp built on a slag heap in the early 1900s…Chinalco’s motive for relocating...
- 另见: Ecuador: Policía reprime protestas contra primer proyecto de minería a gran escala firmado entre el gobierno y EcuaCorriente, ECSA
- 深度追踪: Chinese investment overseas Construction, including dam-building Extractives, including oil and mines Latin American region Violence & Abuses
- 以下企业未有提供回应: China Railway Construction
作者: Elias Cabrera, CorpWatch
…In…Huila…the platforms of…oil wells belonging to Emerald Energy PLC…[are] “destroying the land and water”…This territory is vital to the region’s food security…In 2009, the company was purchased by the Chinese…Sinochem Corporation…In public meetings...