Kaloti Precious Metals

Website Update on Enough Project

  • Enough Project revised their latest Report: “The Impact on Dodd-Frank and Conflict Minerals Reform on Eastern Congo’s Reference” deleting factual inaccuracies regarding Kaloti and their false allegations that Kaloti was sourcing from DRC.

     
    Enough Project has communicated the updated version to their contact database as follows: 
     
    Take action today and tell your electronics company to clean up their supply chain and support a conflict-free minerals trade in Congo.
    Additionally, please note that there has been a correction made to our recent report on Dodd-Frank. Correction -- June 20, 2014: References to a gold dealer and refiner on pages 2 and 16 have been deleted due to factual inaccuracies. You can find the updated version here. A comment from the company can be found here. If you haven’t already, please take a moment to read this report on the successes and challenges in Congo with regards to the Dodd-Frank conflict minerals law.
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    Take action today and tell your electronics company to clean up their supply chain and support a conflict-free minerals trade in Congo.
    Additionally, please note that there has been a correction made to our recent report on Dodd-Frank. Correction -- June 20, 2014: References to a gold dealer and refiner on pages 2 and 16 have been deleted due to factual inaccuracies. You can find the updated version here. A comment from the company can be found here. If you haven’t already, please take a moment to read this report on the successes and challenges in Congo with regards to the Dodd-Frank conflict minerals law.
     
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