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ExxonMobil deal deprives Guyana of up to $55 billion according to Global Witness; Exxon disputes allegation
A Global Witness report alleges that ExxonMobil negotiated an exploitative oil deal with the government of Guyana that will cause the country to lose out on up to US$55 billion of revenue, which could have been used to build needed infrastructure and...
ExxonMobil is committed to the highest standards of business conduct, and we follow all local laws and regulations wherever we operate. The terms of the contracts in Guyana are competitive with other agreements signed in countries at a similar resou...
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Guyana: GuyOil Company signs agreement with the Clerical and Commercial Workers Union to unionize security employees
Author: Guyana Chronicle (Guyana)
“GuyOil security employees unionised with CCWU”—3 July 2019...
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Author: Claudia Concha, pasantilla en el Centro de Información sobre Empresas y Derechos Humanos
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Guyana: Concerns raised over the discovery of large oil reserves in South America´s second poorest nation
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British American Tobacco accused of depriving developing countries of hundreds of millions of dollars in tax needed to provide people with health services
Author: Rob Davies, Guardian (UK)
"Tobacco firm BAT 'costs developing countries $700m in tax", 30 April 2019...
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Author: David Cruz, Asociación Ambiente y Sociedad (Colombia)
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