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China’s investment abroad undermined by human rights claims, report finds

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]China’s efforts to be seen as a responsible investor overseas are at risk from high rates of human rights abuses linked to its business operations, especially in the metals and mining sector, a report released on Wednesday found.The Business & Human Rights Resource Centre, a global non-governmental organisation (NGO), logged 679 charges of human rights abuse against Chinese companies operating abroad between 2013 and 2020.Metals and mining drew the most allegations – 236, or 35 per cent of the…

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China’s efforts to be seen as a responsible investor overseas are at risk from high rates of human rights abuses linked to its business operations, especially in the metals and mining sector, a report released on Wednesday found.The Business & Human Rights Resource Centre, a global non-governmental organisation (NGO), logged 679 charges of human rights abuse against Chinese companies operating abroad between 2013 and 2020.Metals and mining drew the most allegations – 236, or 35 per cent of the…
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