Friday, April 25, 2008

Investors, You Can Help Darfur

Millions of investors are unaware that their savings are invested in companies that help fund genocide in Darfur.

Many U.S. based investment firms own shares in companies such as PetroChina, a Chinese oil company whose parent company, CNPC, is filling the coffers of the Sudanese government and helping fund the government’s actions in Darfur.

Our campaign focuses on the five U.S.-based mutual fund companies that hold the largest shares in PetroChina, as of their most recent filings reported by Bloomberg on August 1, 2007.

  • Franklin Templeton
  • JP Morgan Chase
  • Capital Group/American Funds
  • Fidelity
  • Vanguard


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