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Fidelity says it did not divest for Darfur

Firm says decisions based on returns, not pressure by activists

By Ross Kerber
Globe Staff / May 17, 2007

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Fidelity Investments, which has long sought to distance its investment choices from political questions, said yesterday its sharp reductions of holdings in oil companies targeted by human-rights activists over their ties to Sudan's rulers were not a coordinated corporate response to the criticism. (Full article: 801 words)

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