Enron Corporation in 1992 announced that it would build the largest electricity generating plant in the world for Maharashtra, India at a cost of approximately $3 billion.

Human Rights Watch considers that the financiers of Phase I of the project’s construction (1992-99) and U.S. government agencies that financed and lobbied for the project are complicit in the human rights violations.

 

29 executives and directors
dumped $1.1 billion worth of stock
while knowing the company
was in danger
of
collapse

 

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