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Vol 46 No 6

Published 18th March 2005


Moral choice

Ethically-inclined capitalists faced a tough choice in London on 17 March. Is it to be the Corporate Social Responsibility event at Chatham House backed by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, or the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative conference organised by the Department for International Development? Ethical poster boy Sir Mark Moody Stuart, Chairman of Anglo American, was speaking at both. The clash of dates, if not deliberate sabotage, bears out the FCO's low opinion of the DfID initiative.

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