[PDF] Second-largest Dutch pension fund manager PGGM withdraws all investments from Israeli banks over settlement activities
Al-Haq welcomes the decision by PGGM, the second-largest pension fund manager in the Netherlands, to withdraw its investments from five Israeli banks involved in financing activities related to the settlements located in Occupied Palestinian Territory...
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Author: Charles Takyi-Baodu, Ghanaian Chronicle
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Author: Modern Ghana
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