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Apartheid victims sue big business

A team of American and South African lawyers is about to file a $50bn class action suit in New York against Swiss and US banks accused of backing the former apartheid regime [suing Citigroup, Credit Suisse & UBS for allegedly profiting from loans to the white South African government while a UN embargo was in force]

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Apartheid victims sue Citigroup, Credit Suisse & UBS

Apartheid Entschädigungsklagen (bez. Südafrika)