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Submitted by guitarded77 398d ago | news

Nintendo faces questions over ‘conflict mineral’ policy

The Washington Post: Nintendo is facing questions from Walk Free, an anti-slavery group about use of conflict minerals in production of their goods. (Industry, Nintendo)

margaret12powell   398d ago | Spam

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