The Most-Worried-Over Dodd-Frank Rule Isn't What You Think

One obscure provision pits the world's most powerful oil and mining companies against human-rights groups and high-profile advocates.

(FILES) This photo taken on May 15, 2008 shows firefighters trying to extinguish a blaze in a northern suburb of Lagos following an explosion on an oil pipeline. Chevron in Nigeria reported on May 25, 2009 a 100,000 barrel-per-day oil output cut after a militant attack the day before on one of its pipelines in the country's southern Delta region. Nigeria's main rebel group said it destroyed several major oil pipelines in southern Nigeria overnight in response to a military offensive. 
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