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Florida pension leader says on track to divest Unilever By Reuters


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BOSTON (Reuters) – Florida’s top pension investment officer said on Tuesday he expects the state will divest Unilever (NYSE:) PLC in October after the company’s Ben & Jerry’s brand halted sales in the Israeli-occupied West Bank.

Ash Williams (chief investment officer of Florida State Board of Administration), which supervises the state’s pension assets, stated at a live webcast that Unilever has “not provided any significant response” to his inquiries.

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