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7 Aug 2003

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Economist

Living with the enemy - Non-governmental organisations and business

Companies are increasingly under attack from NGOs. Should they co-operate?...An NGO attack can wreak havoc with employee morale and on recruitment...BP finds that university graduates frequently ask about its stance on climate change and human rights. [article refers to BP, Nike, Citigroup, Dow Chemical, Union Carbide, Nestlé, Shell, ExxonMobil, Home Depot, Ford, Rio Tinto, DuPont]

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