(Newsletter # 5)
by Committee to Oppose Bank Loans to South Africa
New York, New York, United States
October 30, 1978
11 pages
The newsletter reports that the U.S. Congress for the first time ever enacted some economic sanctions against South Africa, stopping all Export-Import Bank loans, guarantees and insurance supporting exports to the South African government and its agencies. Banks mentioned in the newsletter include Chemical Bank, Manufacturers Hanover Bank, Wilbur National Bank, Chase Manhattan Bank, Bank of America, Continental Illinois Bank, Continental Illinois Bank, North Carolina National Bank (NCNB), First National Bank of Boston (FNBB), First Wisconsin Bank, First National Bank of Chicago, Irving Trust Bank, and Citibank. • Flash! Flash! • Alert! International Day of Action Against Bank Loans to South Africa • Update on Withdrawals and Other Actions Taken • New York • California • Chicago • South Africa 'ties' costly to Loop bank • North Carolina • Boston • Washington, D.C. • Milwaukee • News • Editorial Comment • Geneva Conference • New Resources • Nineteen Newly Identified Banks from the CDE Report • Films • Other Resources • Upcoming • Take a Chance for African Freedom
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Used by permission of Africa Action (successor to the American Committee on Africa).
Collection: Africa Action Archive