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Business Involvement Flags
Companies with an involvement in controversial weapons, which could be through direct investments or direct involvements. Involvement in controversial weapons is taken to mean involvement in the manufacturing and supply-chain, either through products or services related to any of the following: a) Landmines, b) Cluster bombs, c) Chemical and biological weapons, or d) Nuclear weapons; either whole strategic parts or platforms for the use of. Direct investments can include providing loans to or issuing bonds to companies that fall in the above categories, as reported by both news outlets and non-governmental organisations.
Manufacturers of advanced equipment and providers of services targeted at combat, national security, and other defence applications, including defence contractors, advanced weaponry and combat equipment and support systems, autonomous military drone manufacturing, and advanced electronic hardware targeted at military and intelligence applications. Military and defence functions testing equipment. Propulsion launch used in vehicle and missile launch, and computer systems, electrical components, IT solutions and software tailored and designed for the defence industry (note - such technology can also have applications in the aerospace sector).
Companies that sell small arms and ammunition, generally comprised of personal, nonmilitary firearms and ammunition.
Companies in the energy industry, encompassing oil and gas exploration and production, pipeline transportation, refineries, and oil and gas equipment and services. Wholesalers which provide electricity generated by hydrocarbon and nuclear technologies. Natural Gas Utilities which offer service to residential and commercial customers. Companies involved in the leasing of coal mines and the mining and processing of coal. Companies producing coke for sale to others are included.