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31 Jan 2005

Autor*in:
Irene Khan, Secretary General of Amnesty International, in Terraviva [newspaper of World Social Forum]

[PDF] 20 Years After Bhopal: Multinationals and Human Rights-Free Zones [scroll to pg. 5]

Companies must be brought within the framework of international human rights law. Yet global rules governing trade and investment are being drawn up without regard to their human rights impact.

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