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Conflict minerals: MEPs ask for mandatory certification of EU importers

Conflict minerals: MEPs ask for mandatory certification of EU importers

May 22, 2015

EU importers of tin, tantalum, tungsten and gold for manufacturing consumer goods need to be certified by the EU to ensure that they do not fuel conflicts and human rights abuses in conflict areas, say MEPs in their position on a draft law adopted on Wednesday by 402 votes to 118, with 171 abstentions.

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Judgement of Seoul Administrative Court on medical care benefit for former Samsung workers

Judgement of Seoul Administrative Court on medical care benefit for former Samsung workers

May 21, 2015

Two South-Korean Samsung workers got seriously ill while working on the semiconductor assembly line. After applying for medical care benefit, Samsung decided to disapprove their applications, saying that it could not recognise a proximate causal relationship between their duties and their disease.

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Work starts on Samsung’s production complex in HCM City

Work starts on Samsung’s production complex in HCM City

May 20, 2015

Samsung from the Republic of Korea (RoK) began construction on a production complex across 70 hectares at a hi-tech zone in Ho Chi Minh City on May 19. The zone, which will be equipped with modern production and assembly lines, aims to manufacture household electronic products, digital televisions and printers, according to the RoK group.

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New conflict minerals reporting template available

New conflict minerals reporting template available

May 19, 2015

The Conflict-Free Sourcing Initiative, a consortium of more than 200 companies and associations, has published the latest update to its Conflict Minerals Reporting Template, a multi-industry tool for tracing the use of conflict minerals in a company’s supply chain, validating smelters, and meeting the Securities and Exchange Commission’s requirements for disclosing those efforts.

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Clicking clean: a guide to building the clean internet

Clicking clean: a guide to building the clean internet

May 19, 2015

The internet is rapidly working its way into nearly every aspect of the modern economy. Long unshackled from our web browser, we now find the internet at every turn, and ready to play a bigger role in our lives with each passing day. Today, the internet is rapidly transforming how you watch TV. Tomorrow, the internet may be driving your car and connecting you to high-definition video from every corner of the planet via your watch.

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