BNP Paribas to Face Human Rights Claims Over Sudan Work

BNP Paribas will have to defend itself against a U.S. lawsuit claiming the bank facilitated human rights abuses in Sudan after a New York federal judge rejected parts of its request to dismiss the case. The suit claims BNP’s decision to continue serving as Sudan’s banker in the 1990s and 2000s in the face of global condemnation enabled the then-re...

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