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H.R.6066 Extractive Industries Transparency Disclosure Act, 110th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Jun 26, 2008 Committee Hearings Held.

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  • 100% of users support H.R.6066

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    • Top Five Sociopolitical Business Risks for 2010 - January 13, 2010 by Policy Innovations - Policy Innovations - The Carnegie Council's online magazine for a fairer globalization.

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      As noted by Policy Innovations on January 13, 2010, "Policy Innovations - The Carnegie Council's online magazine for a fairer globalization." (http://www.policyinnovations.org/ideas/briefings/data/000157)
    • Who`s Best for Corporate Coffers? - September 04, 2008 by DC Writer - Extractive Industries Transparency Disclosure Act (HR 6066). This legislation would force all US natural- resource companies to report royalty, tax, profits and other payments they make to foreign governments for extraction rights to ...

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      As noted by DC Writer on September 04, 2008, "Extractive Industries Transparency Disclosure Act (HR 6066). This legislation would force all US natural- resource companies to report royalty, tax, profits and other payments they make to foreign governments for extraction rights to ..." (http://wa-dcwriter.blogspot.com/2008/09/whos-best-for-corporate-coffers.html)
    • Extractive Industry Transparency Disclosure Act Needs Your Support ... - September 03, 2008 by Justice, Peace, and Integrity of Creation - This legislation would benefit shareholders, provide citizens with information to hold governments accountable and discourage corruption. A similar bill, H.R 6066 was introduced and a legislative hearing held in Congress by Rep. ...

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