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Scandinavian banks linked to abuse of indigenous peoples’ rights in Borneo; banks respond

Swedwatch and Fair Finance Guide Sweden allege in this report that Scandinavian banks have invested hundreds of millions of dollars in companies that are linked to abuses of indigenous peoples’ rights in Borneo, an island in Southeast Asia shared by Brunei, Indonesia, and Malaysia.

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited the companies named in this report to respond – the responses are linked below. The report itself also includes a number of company statements.

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