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9 Jun 2003

Author:
Ka Hsaw Wa , co-founder and co-director of EarthRights International, in Los Angeles Times

Court Is Villagers' Only Hope

If an American company assists in and benefits from gross human rights abuses committed by its business partners, should it be held liable and accountable? [re lawsuit in U.S. courts against Unocal over its pipeline in Burma; refers also to Total]

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