Norway's pension fund sells Vedanta shares due to "systematic'" environmental, human rights failures at 4 Indian subsidiaries

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7 November 2007

Vedanta Resources Shares Are Dropped From Norway Fund

Author: Robin Wigglesworth, Bloomberg

Norway's pension fund, the world's second-largest sovereign wealth fund, sold shares in Vedanta Resources Plc, a mining company, due to ``systematic'' environmental and human rights failures at four Indian subsidiaries...Sterlite Industries, Madras Aluminum Company, Bharat Aluminum Company and Vedanta Alumina...

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31 August 2007

Vedanta response to ActionAid report "Vedanta Cares?"

Author: Vedanta Resources

[refers to HZL (Hindustan Zinc Limited), BALCO (Bharat Aluminium Company), CMT (Copper Mines of Tasmania), Sterlite Industries (all part of Vedanta)]

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15 July 2007

To the Ministry of Finance - Recommendation of 15 May 2007 - regarding Vedanta Resources

Author: Council on Ethics - Government Pension Fund, Global

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