Lundin Welcomes Swedish Government Inquiry Into Alleged Rights Violations In Sudan
Lundin Oil AB, the Swedish independent oil company, said on 21 March that it welcomed the decision of the Swedish Government to inquire into allegations linking the activities of its wholly-owned subsidiary Lundin Sudan with human rights violations in southern Sudan. The allegations, made in the Swedish media, relate to the construction by Lundin Sudan of a 75km all-weather...
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