Saturday, February 17, 2007

Correcting confusion

After receiving a comment in the previous post about vulture funds and specifically those run by Debt Advisory International, I felt it prudent and necessary to clarify the potential confusion introduced by Greg Palast's BBC story when it abbreviated that company's name as DAI. CEO of Development Alternatives Inc., Tony Barclay, pointed out that his company is known as DAI and should not be confused with the third world debt swillers at Debt Advisory International.

Indeed, the real DAI looks to be a fine organisation, working on HIV/AIDS mitigation, local agricultural projects throughout the world and of certain note, Palestine development projects. In fact, the real DAI looks to be diametrically opposite in mission to that of the Debt Advisory International, a band of villains that should be stricken from the earth.


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