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17 February 2010

El Salvador: National Labor Committee report alleges abuses at Chi Fung factory

Author: Compiled by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

NFL jerseys have been sewn under illegal sweatshop conditions at the Chi Fung factory in San Salvador for at least the last four years…In 2008 and 2009, it is unclear if Reebok placed the orders for its exclusive line of NFL jerseys with Chi Fung...

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21 January 2010

Zambia: Sata accuses China and Malaysia investors of slavery

Author: Lusaka Times [Zambia]

Chinese and other Asian mining firms in Zambia are creating “slave labour” conditions in Africa’s top copper producer, with scant regard for safety or local culture, the main opposition leader said...Patriotic Front leader Michael Sata...said the...

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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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20 August 2008

Zambia Opposition To Target Mine Cos' Labor Practices

Author: Nicholas Bariyo, Dow Jones

Zambia's main opposition party will target mining companies with poor labor practices if it wins the coming presidential election, its vice president told Dow Jones Newswires Wednesday... Chinese investment in the country's mining industry has for...

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27 September 2007

[PDF] China in Burma: The increasing investment of Chinese multinational corporations in Burma’s hydropower, oil & gas, and mining sectors [in Chinese]

Author: EarthRights International

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1 September 2007

EarthRights Intl. background paper: “China's investment in Burma's hydropower, oil & gas, mining sectors”

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1 September 2007

[PDF] China in Burma: The increasing investment of Chinese multinational corporations in Burma’s hydropower, oil & gas, and mining sectors

Author: Earthrights International

Introductory research conducted by the [Earthright’s] Burma Project over the past three months has found more than 26 Chinese multinational corporations (MNCs) involved in more than 62 hydropower, oil & gas, and mining projects in Burma…. Detailed...

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2 February 2007
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Author: Afrik.com

...[L]es ouvriers zambiens reprochent aux entrepreneurs chinois d’ignorer les lois du travail et de spolier les richesses naturelles. Hu Jintao doit ainsi visiter lors de son passage la mine chinoise (Non-Ferrous company, African Mining of China ...

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