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Who is accountable?

Sir, — This is with reference to your editorial, "Corporate crime and responsibility," (Feb. 25). It is true that the Bush administration has taken steps to ensure the accountability of corporates such as Enron in America. But there are many crimes the corporate giants are committing in the Third World countries. Bhopal is a typical case. It has been 20 years since the gas tragedy struck. Apart from those killed during the leak, 1,50,000 chronically ill survivors are still struggling to get compensation. Where is the accountability?

Nithya Sivan,
Chennai

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