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1 December 2001

Corporations Behaving Badly: The Ten Worst Corporations of 2001

Author: Russell Mokhiber and Robert Weissman, Multinational Monitor

[Abbott Laboratories, Argenbright Security, Bayer, Coca Cola, Enron, ExxonMobil, Philip Morris, Sara Lee, Southern Co. and Wal-Mart]

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25 August 2001

Tobacco Lures World's Teens - Free Cigarettes Find Their Way to Underage Smokers

Author: Greg Winter, New York Times Service, in International Herald Tribune

Just as it is in the United States, giving cigarettes to teenagers is illegal in many countries, including Albania. But while the practice has all but disappeared in America, it goes on in many developing nations, and Philip Morris is not the only...

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9 August 2001

Kraft Foods volunteers to advise Mongolian dairy producer

Author: U.N. Development Programme

Monsuu, a Mongolian dairy product company, will soon gain voluntary technical advice from two food processing experts from Kraft Foods, a global company based in the US, through UNISTAR, a programme run by UN Volunteers (UNV).

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27 July 2001

Tobacco giant says sorry to Czechs

Author: Michael Ellison, Guardian [UK]

Philip Morris, the US tobacco giant behind Marlboro cigarettes, has apologised for funding a widely derided survey that found that the early deaths of smokers helped governments to save money.

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18 July 2001

Tobacco: Philip Morris Report Claims Benefits Of Smokers' Deaths

Author: UN Wire

A controversial study commissioned by Philip Morris to examine the financial costs of smoking includes findings that premature smokers' deaths have economic benefits, after researchers concluded that the Czech government saved $30 million in 1999 by...

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16 July 2001

Report on Tobacco and Czech Economy Exposes Real Philip Morris Behind Glossy Image

Author: Infact

Tobacco Giant Devalues Human Life: Corporate accountability and public health advocates are condemning Philip Morris’s attempts to convince the Czech government that tobacco-related deaths are good for the country’s economy.

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