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+ - How Nintendo Bankrolls Guerrilla Warfare in Congo

Submitted by derekmead
derekmead (2466858) writes "A new report by the Enough Project, an arm of the Center for American Progress, shows that companies like Intel, Apple and Microsoft have been successfully scaling back their use of conflict minerals in their products. Other companies have been less helpful. Out of the 24 companies surveyed and ranked based on their use of conflict minerals, Nintendo came in dead last, having made no effort to ensure that its products weren’t funding guerrilla warfare in Africa. “Nintendo is, I believe, the only company that has basically refused to acknowledge the issue or demonstrate they are making any sort of effort on it,” said Sasha Lezhnev from the Enough Project. “And this is despite a good two years of trying to get in contact with them.”"
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