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21 July 2017

Latin America: Analysts say that Chinese investments don’t comply with climate change intended policies

Author: Paulina Garzón & Leila Salazar for The New York Times

“China Imperils Latin America’s Environment” – 21 July 2017...

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4 March 2015

China's Global Role in Dam Building

Author: International Rivers

Chinese companies and Chinese banks are now the biggest builders and financiers of global dam building. Chinese banks and companies are involved in some 330 dams in 74 different countries, particularly in Africa and Southeast Asia, including Kamchay...

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6 January 2014

Chinese dam builders rush to Latin America

Author: 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...

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19 January 2011

New Chinese dam project fuels ethnic conflict in Sudan

Author: Peter Bosshard, International Rivers [US]

Dams have impoverished tens of thousands of people and triggered serious human rights violations in Sudan. Now Chinese companies have won contracts to build three more hydropower projects in the country…[that] would displace more than 10,000 people...

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21 January 2009

Company responses re Burma

Author: Compiled by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

On 11 Dec 2008 Burma Campaign UK added 30 companies to its "Dirty List" of firms allegedly supporting the military regime in Burma. The Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited the companies to respond. [companies added to the list: Asiana...

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11 December 2008

Biggest Burma Dirty List Ever Published - 30 Companies Exposed

Author: Burma Campaign UK

30 new companies have been added to the “Dirty List”...by the Burma Campaign UK...The ‘Dirty List’ exposes companies that are directly or indirectly helping to finance Burma’s brutal military dictatorship. [companies added to the list: Asiana, China...

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11 December 2008

Burma Campaign UK adds 30 firms to 'Dirty List'

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20 September 2008
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Author: EarthRights International

EarthRights International (ERI) ha identificado por lo menos 69 multinacionales chinas involucradas en un mínimo de 90 proyectos relacionados con minas, con hidroeléctricas, y con extracción de petróleo y gas en Birmania… En su intento por obtener los...

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1 September 2008

EarthRights details Chinese companies' investments in Burma - says they "provide financial support to military junta"

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1 September 2008

[PDF] China in Burma: The Increasing Investment of Chinese Multinational Corporations in Burma’s Hydropower, Oil and Natural Gas, and Mining Sectors

Author: EarthRights International

EarthRights International (ERI) has identified at least 69 Chinese multinational corporations (MNCs) involved in at least 90 hydropower, oil and natural gas, and mining projects in Burma...In pursuit of Burma’s natural resources, China has provided...

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