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10 Dez 2004

Autor:
William Baue, SocialFunds.com

Divesting From Genocide: A Conversation with Eric Reeves [co-founder] of the Divest Sudan Campaign [Part 1]

In part one of this two-part interview, Mr. Reeves explains why shareowner action and direct dialogue with companies operating in Sudan is not an option in the context of genocide. [refers to ABB, Alcatel, PetroChina, Siemens, Tatneft, Talisman]

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