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Protesters vow to stay put outside James Hardie’s Sydney’s plantuntil asbestos victims get fair compensation. (Sydney Morning Herald — 12 November, 2004)
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Negotiations to provide compensation for thousands of victims of James Hardie Industries asbestos products are facing collapse after the ACTU issued a Monday deadline for the company to reach agreement. (The Australian — 17 hours ago)
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Protesters launch James Hardie vigil
Protesters launch James Hardie vigil

Negotiations to provide compensation for thousands of future victims of James Hardie Industries asbestos products face possible collapse after the ACTU issued the company with a Monday deadline to reach agreement. (The Courier-Mail — 17 hours ago)
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Building products company CSR Ltd has subpoened documents from James Hardie Industries as it seeks avenues for legal action to force the company to share a greater burden of asbestos compensation payouts. (The Courier-Mail — 10 November, 2004)
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Csr said it had subpoenaed documents from James Hardie Industries as it sought avenues for legal action to force the company to share a greater burden of asbestos compensation payouts. (The Courier-Mail — 10 November, 2004)
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Councils around Australia went to water yesterday, backing away from a boycott of James Hardie products after the competition watchdog warned the protest could leave them open to legal action from the disgraced asbestos giant. (The Courier-Mail — 10 November, 2004)
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More than 100 protesters have launched a new campaign for asbestos victims outside James Hardies manufacturing plant in western Sydney Asbestos victims and union representatives say todays protes (ABC News — 12 November, 2004)
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Local council leaders yesterday backed away from a national ban on James Hardie products after the corporate watchdog warned such a move could breach trade practice laws. (The Australian — 10 November, 2004)
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