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23 May 2007

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ArmorGroup

[PDF] ArmorGroup International plc - Response to misleading War on Want report

ArmorGroup International plc has strong reservations about the War on Want report titled “Corporate Mercenaries”, which it believes is derogatory, factually misleading and potentially damaging to the company…[T]he…report…[has] misleading or factually incorrect statements…about ArmorGroup…ArmorGroup adheres to a number of international codes of conduct covering the behaviour of the Group and its employees globally…

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