Chinese investment overseas
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作者: Liesl Louw-Vaudran, Mail & Guardian (So. Africa)
China has become accustomed to hearing complaints from Africa about how their businesses are operating on the continent...A new study reveals, however, that perceptions of China in Africa differ from country to country...[Conducted] by...Ethics...
作者: Shibani Mahtani, Wall Street Journal
…[T]he debate surrounding the [Myitsone] dam's future has grown loud. Residents and activists concerned about the project's impact on the environment are fighting to permanently shut it down, while the dam's Chinese developers are pushing to restart...
作者: Agence Ecofin dans Investir au Cameroun
The Chinese company Sinohydro has just written a safety charter, which was immediately distributed to 800 Cameroonian workers and 200 Chinese workers employed on the construction site of the dam Memve'ele in Southeast Cameroon region ... This decision...
China International Water & Electric (CWE) a répondu aux allégations en anglais [PDF] et en chinois [PDF]
作者: China International Water & Electric Corporation
There is no difference between nationalities. No matter Chinese or Cameroonian…are company’s staffs and moreover have contracts of employment, so Cameroonian laws and regulations shall be followed…The main purpose of arranging soldiers, security...
- 另见: Cameroon Network of Human Rights Organizations publishes report highlighting concerns over respect for human rights by companies involved in major projects in the country
- 深度追踪: African region Chinese investment overseas Construction, including dam-building
- 这是由以下企业提供的回应: China International Water & Electric (CWE)
作者: Reuters dans Jeune Afrique
Le Tchad a infligé une amende de 1,2 milliard de dollars à la filiale locale de la compagnie chinoise China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) pour atteintes à l'environnement. "Suite au non-respect de ses obligations et des violations répétées des...