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CCBM, the PWYP member in Spain, is working to expand membership and establish a national coalition to advocate for legislation ensuring extractive company payments to foreign governments are accounted for. Working with civil society, companies, political parties and the authorities, CCBM wants payments published in machine-readable format to enable people in recipient countries to prevent corruption and ensure transparent use of income from their natural resources.

CCBM wants company payments published so people in recipient countries can prevent corruption and ensure transparent use of income from their natural resources

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Cristianas y Cristianos de Base de Madrid CCBM
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Federación de Comités de Solidaridad con Africa Negra UMOYA
Oxfam Intermon (IO)
Trabajadores Sociales Asociados TRASS
Transparencia Internacional España external website link >

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