Jean-Paul Meutcheho Discusses Tracing Country of Origin for Conflict Minerals Reporting

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Jean-Paul Meutcheho Discusses Tracing Country of Origin for Conflict Minerals Reporting

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Friday, May 17, 2013 - 12:00pm

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Hear Jean-Paul Meutcheho, Ford Motor Co., discuss tracing country of origin, OEM/Tier 1 perspective, at AIAG's "Conflict Minerals, An Industry Briefing" held on September 27, 2012.

Visit http://bit.ly/AIAGConflictMineralsBriefing for the full presentation, and read more about AIAG's Conflict Minerals work group at http://bit.ly/AIAGConflictMinerals

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Keywords: Responsible Business & Employee Engagement | AIAG | Conflict Minerals | DRC | Democratic Republic of Congo | Dodd-Frank | Dodd- Frank Section 1502 | Dodd Frank Act | Dodd Frank Section 1502 | Reporting | Research, Reports & Publications

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