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UniSuper on climate chopping blockBY ELIZA BAVIN | MONDAY, 13 JAN 2020 11:57AM
Market Forces has put UniSuper on the chopping block in a divestment campaign aimed at pressuring the fund to ditch shares in fossil fuel companies.
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