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Super funds lambasted over nuclear holdingsBY CHLOE WALKER | THURSDAY, 9 DEC 2021 12:52PM
New research from the Australia Institute and Quit Nukes shows most major Australian superannuation funds still have holdings in nuclear weapons.Read more: NGS, Australia Institute, Aware Super, Quit Nukes, BT Funds Management, Hostplus, Active Super, Australian Ethical, AustralianSuper, CareSuper, Cbus, Christian Super, Colonial First State, Commonwealth Superannuation Corporation, Crescent Wealth, Energy Super, Future Super, HESTA, Mercer, QSuper, Sunsuper, TelstraSuper, UniSuper, Verve Super, Vision Super
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