Environmental crises bad but not always fatal for businesses

By Elaine Kurtenbach

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A US company kills 15,000 people in India, and nobody is held accountable. That's one of the great advantages of doing business in the US! Let's all sing! "Oh say can you see, by the dawns early light!!!"

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you should read more closely Dow bought UCarbide after the India disaster

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The reason Bhopal had so many deaths was the India government. The area around the plant was supposed to be a residence free area for accidents like that. But the India government allowed thousands of people squat there illegally without clearing them out. So when a not too unpredictable accident occurred, a lot of people who shouldn't have even been there were killed.

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