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Royal Dutch Shell in Viet Nam

Shell failed properly to control the oil shipments which flowed through indirect channels to the Vietcong. According to his book “Fuelling the war: revealing an oil company’s role in Vietnam”, [1] Shell knowingly employed as a manager a notorious former senior police official with a “fearsome and well-deserved reputation” who “had already shown his inclination to settle security matters by military action with little compunction about killing, innocents along with suspects”.
Updated January, 21 2011 09:47:05

President prompts Shell to expand Viet Nam operations

HA NOI — President Nguyen Minh Triet said Viet Nam’s achievements in recent years were accomplished due to the co-operation and support the country has received from foreign partners.

Triet made the statement yesterday at a reception in the capital that was attended by Shell’s Chief Financial Officer Simon Henry.

The President said that during the freshly concluded 11th National Party Congress, the Communist Party of Viet Nam reiterated its renewal policy and intention to further strengthen and consolidate its co-operation with other countries and international partners. read more

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WikiLeaks revelations: Pernicious influence of Royal Dutch Shell

It is clear from these cables that Royal Dutch Shell has the Dutch government in their hip pocket. No surprise there, the Queen must get her dividends. Royal Dutch Shell management apparently thinks it has so much influence it can dictate foreign policy matters to ALL of the G8 governments? Isn’t that a revelation. Maybe not after all we have learned about Shell’s not so secret ‘shadow government’ in Nigeria.

Article by a former employee of Shell Oil USA

No matter what you or I may think about the Wiki-leaks gang, they do produce some important revelations that I am sure the US government, et al, and RD Shell would just as soon not disclose to the public. read more

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GRIPING AND GRINNING: REPUTATION NETWORKS START WITH ONE

I want to share another story. According to this article, a single site run by a man and his octagenarian father in the UK has cost the petro-giant Shell billions of dollars. And it all started with a gripe.The Donovan website has become an open wound for Shell.

By Max Lenderman

We all know the power of reputation networks. It is how eBay runs its business. A web of comments for or against a particular vendor drives its sales. Overall, people talking about their experiences with a brand, product or service is how commerce will function. Forget advertising. That’s just fluff. The real brand equity is in the reputation networks.

Case in point: this particular study shows that online customer product reviews drive satisfaction and loyalty and provide a competitive advantage for sites that offer them. No duh. read more

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