Report: Ben & Jerry's Owner, Unilever, Loses $26 Billion After Ice Cream Boycott in 'Occupied Territories'

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Unilever has seen its stock drop 20.7%, which equals about $26 billion. The stock drop apparently is the result, in part, of numerous U.S. states that have withdrawn their investments in Unilever because they have laws against boycotting Israel. The boycott led Israeli Prime Minister Neftali Bennett to declare Ben & Jerry's as anti-Israel ice-cream.
4 months ago·Israel

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Report: Ben & Jerry's Owner, Unilever, Loses $26 Billion After Ice Cream Boycott in 'Occupied Territories'

Since it decided last summer to stop selling Ben & Jerry's ice cream in the so-called occupied territories in Israel, multinational giant Unilever has seen its stock drop 20.7%, which equals about $26 billion, according to Israel Today and other media.

4 months ago·United States
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