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Business groups argue that allowing US lawsuit against chocolate firms over alleged child slavery in Côte d’Ivoire to continue would damage US business

“Nestle Child Slave Suit Hurts US Business, Justices Told”, 26 Oct 2015 [subscription required]

…The U.S. Chamber of Commerce, cocoa industry groups and others urged the Supreme Court to undo a Ninth Circuit ruling reviving a suit by former child slaves who claim Nestle USA Inc. and other companies perpetuated slavery on cocoa plantations, arguing that the ruling would discourage investment and corporate human rights initiatives overseas...[Also refers to Archer Daniels Midland]