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Article

29 Apr 2005

Author:
ABB

Managing dilemmas

...critics allege that doing business there [in Sudan] props up the military government. ABB takes a broader view, fully aware of its responsibilities. Access to electricity and the exploration of natural resources are prerequisites for economic development. Economic progress, in turn, over time will improve access to clean water, education and health care...ABB is engaging an experienced human rights lawyer to support us with stakeholder contacts in Sudan and is taking advice from the Amnesty Business Group, an arm of Amnesty International.

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