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Fidelity Resists Pressure to Break Sudan Ties

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Fidelity Resists Pressure to Break Sudan Ties

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Fidelity Resists Pressure to Break Sudan Ties

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Shareholder activists continue to target the government of Sudan for its actions in Darfur, and a number of states have responded by passing Sudan divestment laws. But the attempt at financial pressure isn't gaining much traction in the mutual fund industry.

Curt Nickisch reports from member station WBUR.

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