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China / Olympic Games / Protest / Corporate Sponsors #888510

ABC Evening News for Monday, Mar 24, 2008
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) The protest against China's human rights record at the Olympic Games' torch lighting ceremonies in Greece reported; photos shown.

(Beijing: Stephanie Sy) The growing demands for the corporate sponsors of the games in China to dial back their support in light of the crackdown in Tibet examined; details given about the advertising campaign from sponsors and of China's controversial policies with Sudan. ["One Billion Customers" author James McGREGOR†- assesses the situation in China facing these companies.] [The Dream in Darfur Group spokeswoman Mia FARROW†- says it should not be business as usual.] [Coca-Cola China vice president David BROOKS†- comments on company policy.]

Gibson, Charles;
Sy, Stephanie

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