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24 Jan 2008

Amnesty International France

[PDF] Antipersonnel landmines and cluster bombs - Amnesty International denounces the investment policies of France’s leading banking institutions

Amnesty International France (AIF) today publishes the results of its exchanges with France’s largest banking groups; these results reveal the absence of a public policy of non-investment in companies linked to the trade in antipersonnel landmines and cluster bombs. [Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited the 4 banks to respond: - Crédit Agricole responded, see below. - Natixis (joint venture Caisse d'Epargne & Groupe Banque Populaire) responded, see below. - BNP Paribas stated that it prefers not to respond hastily to the 24 Jan statement by Amnesty France at this time, as it is currently in dialogue with Amnesty. - Société Générale said it has proposed a meeting with Amnesty Intl.]