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1 Mär 2011

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Amnesty International

India: Orissa steel project threatens human rights

About 2,000 Indian farmers could lose their livelihoods in the next month if a proposed US$12 billion steel plant operation involving South Korean steel giant POSCO goes ahead, Amnesty International warned today. [also refers to Vedanta]

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