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Ethiopia: Allegations that Saudi Star agricultural project benefitting from widespread displacement of farmers - Saudi Star responds

Saudi Star Agricultural Development has been accused of restarting a rice project on disputed lands in Ethiopia despite human rights concerns surrounding this program.  Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited Saudi Star to respond to a CorpWatch article that summarized these allegations. Saudi Star's response is provided below, along with the CorpWatch article and related material.

See also: "Ethiopia: Forced Villagization and the World Bank Promoting Basic Services Project", Inclusive Development International.