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Wal-Mart investors demand action over work practices

Source: The Independent (UK)

An influential group of investors has asked Wal-Mart to set up a task force to investigate its repeated regulatory breaches, including employing illegal immigrants and under-age teenagers to operate dangerous machinery.

The $85bn (£47bn) New York City Pension Fund and Illinois's State Board of Investment sent a letter to the world's largest retailer yesterday, calling on it to set up a committee to review its internal controls. The group, which includes the London-based F&C Asset Management, together own $546m of Wal-Mart shares.

In the letter, the investors say they are "deeply concerned" about the "potential contingent liabilities and negative effects on the company's stock price and reputation" from its frequent regulatory breaches. (MORE >>>)


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