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Whom Will Union Carbide Blame Now

Whom Will Union Carbide Blame Now? ISG AFTER the disaster in its pesticides plant in Bhopal, Union Carbide, the American multinational which owns the plant, closed its methyl isocyanate (MIC) operations in the United States for several months. MIL is the gas that leaked in Bhopal early last December, killing at least 2,500 persons and causing severe, long-term, injuries to an estimated 200,000 and more.

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