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[PDF] Response to Allegations Made in War on Want’s “Anglo American – The Alternative Report”

On August 3 2007, War on Want produced a pamphlet, “Anglo American – The Alternative Report” which attacked the Company and a number of associate companies over which Anglo American does not have management control (AngloGold Ashanti, De Beers and Cerrejon Coal). The Report accused Anglo American of espousing corporate responsibility at an international level whilst being associated with human rights abuses on the ground…This document responds to those allegations. The War on Want paper is inaccurate or disingenuous in its presentation of numerous material facts. At no point in the preparation of the Report did the authors approach the Company to check facts or to seek alternative perspectives.

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