Big business reportedly linked to Argentina’s ‘dirty war’

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Big business reportedly linked to Argentina's 'dirty war' Big business reportedly linked to Argentina’s ‘dirty war’

With Argentina’s new president-elect taking office this week, the media has been focusing on the South American country’s future, but a new report has people looking to the past.

CCTV America’s Joel Richards reports from Buenos Aires.

Big business reportedly linked to Argentina's 'dirty war'

Big business reportedly linked to Argentina's 'dirty war'

With Argentina’s new president-elect taking office this week, the media has been focusing on the South American country’s future, but a new report has people looking to the past. CCTV America’s Joel Richards reports from Buenos Aires.

New information is showing Mercedes-Benz and Fiat were involved in the so-called dirty war in Argentina between 1976 and 1983, when tens of thousands were killed under a military dictatorship.

Investigations into the private sector’s role in crimes against humanity are revealing a much broader perspective on Argentina’s dirty war, but as the new government assumes power this week, there are questions over whether or not it will continue digging into the past.

CCTV America