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Friday, May 22, 1998 FULL SHOW | HEADLINES | PREVIOUS: Chomsky Discusses Recent Events in Indonesia
1998-05-22

Review of U.S. Corporations in Indonesia

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Over the past week, the U.S. has sent in planes to evacuate U.S. citizens from Indonesia. Many of them work for U.S. corporationsthere. Today we begin our series looking at some of those companies. Danny Kennedy is the director of Project Underground, a San Francisco based organization that monitors corporate environmental and human rights abuses. It has come out with a report of the U.S.–based mining corporation Freeport McMoran.

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  • Danny Kennedy, is the director of Project Underground, a non-profit, San Francisco based organization that monitors corporate environmental and human rights abuses.

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