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16 Apr 2007

Autor*in:
Jane Bussey and Steven Dudley, Miami Herald

[PDF] Colombia - Payoffs to terrorists scrutinized

Chiquita Brands International's recent admission that it paid off a Colombian group on the U.S. terrorist list has spotlighted a practice once hush-hush in Colombia, Washington's closest ally in Latin America. Several other U.S.-based corporations, including Atlanta-based Coca-Cola and the Alabama-based coal company Drummond Co., face civil lawsuits alleging their Colombian operations worked with the same group to kill several trade unionists.

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