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14 Mar 2005

Author:
Mark Taylor and Christian H. Ruge, Fafo, in Aftenposten [Norway]

The Arm of the Law gets Longer

Norwegian companies operating in war zones, occupied territories, and dictatorships must be better prepared to answer critical questions about whether their operations are in accordance with international law [following] recent revelations of questionable business conduct-including timber imports from Burma and Norwegian corporate powerhouse Aker-Kvaerner's involvement with the U.S. base at Guantanamo Bay and in Iran...

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