CalSTRS Votes to Divest from Sudan

Sorondo, Marc
April 2006
Investment Management Weekly;4/17/2006, Vol. 19 Issue 15, p6
Reports that the California Teachers' Retirement System will divest holdings from companies with ties to Sudan. Comment from California Teachers' spokeswoman Brenna Neurarth; Number of companies that will be eliminated from the University of California's portfolio; Basis of the divestiture decision.


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