Lundin Oil Refutes Allegations Of Human Rights Breaches
Lundin Oil AB, the Swedish independent oil company, on 3 April again denied allegations in the Swedish media that the activities of its wholly-owned subsidiary Lundin Sudan had violated human rights in the south of the country. The allegations prompted the Swedish government to launch an inquiry in March and seek the help of Gerhart Baum, the UN rapporteur on human rights in Sudan (MEES, 26 March), who...
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