Tomek <> said on 16 February 2006 11:28:
>> I think that its a matter of law. If US/EU law was against regimes,
> corporations would have to pay high penalty (money) for supporting
> the regimes. If there is no such law, corporations dont have a
> choice. Of course, they can make other decisions but then other
> corporations or Chinese - "regime-friendly" businesses win. Nowadays
> we can only boycott all of "regime-friendly" companies but its not
> long-term solution.
>Depends on which regimes you are having issues with...
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