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8 Nov 2007

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Action for Southern Africa, Christian Aid, Scottish Catholic International Aid Fund

[PDF] Comments by SCIAF, Christian Aid, Action for Southern Africa on Vedanta's response to report on its mining operations in Zambia

We were heartened to hear that Vedanta...welcomes the report’s aims of sharing the benefits of development and will pay attention to its recommendations...We welcome your engagement and, in that spirit, would like to respond to your letter by outlining three areas which we felt deserved more consideration in the correspondence.

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