of prophets and profits

(VOL. 11 NO. 1)
by CANICCOR Research
San Francisco, California, United States
April 1988
8 pages
Type: Newsletter
Coverage in Africa: South Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States, Germany, Switzerland
Language: English
Contents:  NC-ICCR CN-ICCR CANICCOR • CANICCOR, AN INTERFAITH COUNCIL ON CORPORATE ACCOUNTABILITY • MEET YOUR STAFF • FEATURING OUR INTERN: DAVID KOISTINEN • BUILDING PRESSURE ON SOUTH AFRICA • INTRODUCING PROGRESSIVE ASSETS MANAGEMENT • CANICCOR INSTITUTIONAL MEMBERS • The newsletter discusses two reports: FINANCING SOUTH AFRICA'S FOREIGN TRADE and SOUTH AFRICA'S GOLD AND DIAMOND TRADE. The newsletter mentions Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility (ICCR), John E. Lind, the Northern California Council on Economic Justice and Work, Sr. Marjorie Wakelin, IBM (International Business Machines), General Motors (GM), the German trade bank Kreditanstalt fuer Weiderautbau, the Rev. William Somplatsky-Jarman of the Presbyterian Church USA, Dresdner and Deutsche Banks, Union Bank of Switzerland, Swiss Bank Corporation, Standard Chartered. National Westminster, Bishop Leontine T.C. Kelly, the United Methodist Church, the MRTI Committee of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), Mission Responsibility Through Investment, the Anti-Apartheid Movement, a South Africa Boycott Week, the University of California, Berkeley, Rev. Brian Brown, the British Council of Churches, sanctions, the South African economy, a trade credit report, foreign trade finance, the U.S. Export - Import Bank (EX-IM), a South African mining company, the South African Finance Minister, Progressive Asset Management, John Harrington, Working Assets Money Market Fund, Peter Camejo, Merrill Lynch, Prudential-Bache, Broadcort Capital Corporation, IRA (Individual Retirement Account), Tom Van Dyke, Richard S. Goldstein,  Charles L. Edson, the law firm of Lane and Edson, PC, Calvert Equity Fund, and Ellen Stromberg.
Used by permission of John E. Lind, CANICCOR Research.

Collection: Miloanne Hecathorn papers