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January 2012

An Interview with Veolia Israel's CEO

An interview with Veolia Israel's CEO regarding - What is the political price of the Light Train Project? Which parts of the energy generation field are most profitable? How profitable is waste recycling? Why should water corporations be privatized?

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December 2011

Technologies of Control

In the report about Hewlett Packard's direct involvement in the occupation, the company is used as a case study to discuss the role of international and local corporations in Israel's mechanisms of surveillance and control over the occupied Palestinian territories.

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November 2011

Veolia's Involvement in the Occupied Jordan Valley

Confirmation from the Civil Administration - waste from within Israel is transferred to Veolia's site in the Jordan Valley, occupied West Bank YARV Sherutei Noy 1985 – a subsidiary of Veolia has won a tender for waste collection services from Israeli military bases in the Jordan valley

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March 2011

The Case of G4S

This report takes a close look at the activity of "G4S Israel" as a case study for the private security companies which are taking an active part in sustaining the occupation. These companies operate in the oPt, taking over some of the tasks that were traditionally executed by the Israeli security forces.

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January 2011

Production in Settlements

Using SodaStream as a case study, a new report  by Who Profits discusses key issues in industrial production in illegal West Bank settlements. SodaStream is a manufacturer of home beverage carbonating devices, whose main production site is in the West Bank Settlement of the Mishor Edomin Industrial Zone. The report provides an extensive overview, including the identity of the manufacturers, employment conditions, land confiscation and trade in settlement products.

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October 2010

Crossing the Line

A new railway line is being built between Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, unlawfully crossing into the occupied Palestinian territory in two areas, at a great cost to Palestinian communities. European companies are involved in the planning and construction of the new train line.

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October 2010

Financing the Israeli Occupation

This report is about the direct Involvement of Israeli Banks in Illegal Israeli Settlement Activity and Control over the Palestinian Banking Market. Israeli banks provide the financial infrastructure for all activities of companies, governmental agencies and individuals in the continuing occupation of Palestine and the Syrian Golan Heights.

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April 2010

Volvo Provides Buses Used as Mobile Interrogation Rooms by Israel's General Security Services

Merkavim - a subsidiary of Volvo, the Swedish company, provides buses used as mobile interrogation rooms by Israel's General Security Services

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