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We have been trying to persuade the fund to disinvest from these companies.
Community colleges enroll more than 13 million students, and the institutions are being called upon to boost graduation rates, improve the nation's turgid recovery from the recession, even as government at all levels disinvest in higher education.
But he said that investors across the globe should now look to disinvest in bond markets and look to equity markets for growth in the medium term.
I think there's a moral duty to disinvest in tobacco and I would like ttish Parliaead in this.
Missing out on a recovery because you came out could prove costly and trying to pick the correct time to invest and disinvest is, at best, difficult.
To disinvest in this area would be a short-sighted, false economy.
California is the quintessential example of this impulse to disinvest, leaving fewer dollars for its universities than its prisons.
Delegates at the annual Trades Union Congress (TUC) in Manchester, northwest England, voted unanimously to encourage unions and pension funds to disinvest from and boycott goods of firms they believed were profiting from settlements.
The Government will disinvest its stakes in Coal India Ltd, Power Grid Corporation, Hindustan Copper, Steel Authority of India and Manganese Ore India by March 2011, a top Government official said.
KARACHI, May 11 -- The Board of Directors of ORIX Leasing Pakistan Limited (OLP) approved on May 7, 2010 to disinvest its 7.
Once the occupation was over, when they had persuaded the Cardiff University to disinvest in the arms trade, the students went back to their studies.
The Church of England voted in February 2006 at the General Synod--the legislative body of the Church--to disinvest in companies operating in the Palestinian Occupied Territories that profit from the suppression of human rights, and to uphold "morally responsible investment.