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文章
1 September 2005
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作者: World Business Council for Sustainable Development

[includes case studies on Unilever, Procter & Gamble, Holcim, GrupoNueva, EDF, Philips, Vodafone, SC Johnson, Rio Tinto, BP, Eskom, Rabobank, ConocoPhillips]

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25 May 2005
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作者: John Vidal, Guardian [UK]

Water privatisation was meant to solve a world crisis that has left more than two billion people without clean water or sanitation...In the past decade there have been riots in Bolivia, after which western water companies were thrown out. There has...

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29 April 2005
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作者: Anna Ramdass, Trinidad & Tobago Express

...Christopher Jackson Smith, Deputy General Secretary-Finance, Banking and Insurance General Workers Union (BIGWU) revealed yesterday that many trade unions do not want to include sexual harassment under the collective agreement issued to workers....

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17 March 2005
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作者: George Soros, Chairman, Soros Fund Management & founder, Open Society Institute, in Financial Times

Countries that are rich in natural resources are often poor because exploiting those resources takes precedence over good government...Lifting this resource curse could make a large contribution to alleviating poverty and misery in the world...The...

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1 November 2004
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1 November 2004
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作者: Oxfam GB

Some countries in southern Africa, among the poorest in the world, have long-term potential to build sugar industries that contribute to poverty reduction. Their ability to fulfil this potential depends critically on the outcome of EU sugar reforms.....

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1 November 2004
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作者: Oxfam GB

África del sur, en la que se encuentran algunos de los países más pobres del mundo, tiene un enorme potencial para desarrollar industrias azucareras que le permitan combatir la pobreza a largo plazo. Su capacidad para desarrollar este potencial depende...

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10 September 2004
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作者: Alcoa

Alcoa today announced the start of an environmental impact assessment...for a state-of-the-art, low emission smelter...Alcoa has repeated its promise to consult widely within the community as the environmental assessment proceeds, and has engaged local...

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17 August 2004
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17 August 2004
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