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International Right to Know: Empowering Communities Through Corporate Transparency

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Coalition Tells World Economic Forum: Building Trust Requires Disclosure
New Report Highlights U.S. Multinationals' Irresponsible Human Rights, Environmental and Labor Records

As world business and political leaders gather in Davos, Switzerland for the 33rd annual World Economic Forum (WEF), a coalition of environmental, development, labor and human rights groups today released a joint report entitled “International Right to Know: Empowering Communities Through Corporate Transparency.”

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