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28 Apr 2005

Christian Aid, Action on Smoking and Health (ASH), Friends of the Earth

BAT [British American Tobacco] in its own words - Behind the mask of corporate social responsibility

A new report from Christian Aid, Action on Smoking and Health (ASH) and Friends of the Earth (FoE) shows how British American Tobacco (BAT) fought to resist international health laws to curb smoking...[it] uses the company’s internal emails, memos and letters to piece together the story of how BAT championed corporate social responsibility – or CSR – in order to win the hearts and minds of regulators and politicians.