Fidelity caved in to public pressure

Discussion in 'Wall St. News' started by a529612, May 16, 2007.

  1. yaaawwwwn hardly news
  2. luxor


    Everybody wanted companies to divest from South Africa in the 90s. South Africa was a first world nation back then with a booming economy. Soon as they kicked the whites out of power it became a hell hole. The only difference is that Sudan is a hell hole now. I guess it can't get any worse.
  3. Another difference would be that South Africa wasn't engaging in genocide. They wouldn't let blacks vote. That was a big problem. Curiously, it's ok when it happens in every other African country run by dictators for life.