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30 November 1998

Ford and GM Scrutinized for Alleged Nazi Collaboration

Author: Michael Dobbs, Washington Post

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30 November 1998

Ford and GM Scrutinized for Alleged Nazi Collaboration

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30 November 1998

GM, Ford deny collaboration with Nazis during WWII

Author: CNN

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14 December 1998

Response to Washington Post article [regarding alleged Nazi collaboration] by General Motors

Author: General Motors

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17 May 2001

General Motors Mexican automobile plant wins prestigious Stockholm Industry Water Award

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17 May 2001

General Motors Mexican automobile plant wins prestigious Stockholm Industry Water Award

Author: Stockholm International Water Institute

GM de Mexico honored for effective water stewardship in a water scarce area

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18 May 2001

GM (General Motors Corp.) gives $10 million for endangered Brazil forest

Author: Reuters

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13 June 2001

GM (General Motors Corp.) takes steps towards fuel cell vehicles

Author: Michael Ellis, Reuters

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11 July 2001

UN agency backs GM food crops: Grassroots groups angered by conclusion that the poor and the hungry will benefit

Author: John Vidal and John Aglionby, Guardian [UK]

The United Nations Development Programme says that many developing countries may reap great benefits from genetically modified foodstuffs, that the technology can significantly reduce the malnutrition which affects 800m people, and that it will be...

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31 July 2001

Brazil sees a new forest for the trees

Author: Andrew Downie, Washington Times

The reconstruction of [41,500 acres of] the Atlantic Forest, one of the world's most diverse and endangered wooded areas, was under way. The restoration project has been made possible by an unusual collaboration between Brazilian ecologists and U.S....

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