v.— «To bhopalise means to invest in a country where dealings with governments are secret, labour is cheap, energy is cheap, where there are minimal environmental standards, no occupational health and safety standards, where there is no effective planning law, with non-existent industrial carrying capacity studies, where technologies employed are not desired in the investors’ countries, where there is a pliant administration concerned with its survival, where sustainable development is a buzzword, where international treaties are signed into oblivion, where citizens views are irrelevant, and where liability is a matter for local courts. » —“The guardian of ‘bhopalisation’” by Julian Kenny Trinidad Express Jan. 24, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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