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Slave Labor? Unocal is being sued in the U.S. for ignoring abuses in Burma. It's the next globalization battle

...But TIME has obtained unsealed court documents that challenge the company's assertion. A Unocal consultant warned the firm in 1992 that "throughout Burma, the government habitually makes use of forced labor..." [also refers to Total, Fresh Del Monte Produce, ExxonMobil]

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ExxonMobil lawsuit (re Aceh)

Unocal lawsuit (re Myanmar)