This video is about the consequences of Agent Orange in Vietnam.
From Dutch daily NRC, paper edition, 8 March 2007, page 15:
Insurance companies fear that they will have to pay billions of dollars claims against Philips [Dutch based multinational electronics corporation].
A company which was part of the electronics corporation from 1961 and 1981, sold Agent Orange to the US Army.
Still today, grandchildren of US Vietnam veterans and Vietnamese war victims, because of this, are built with deficiencies in backbones and elsewhere. ….
In 1961, Philips bought the US company Thompson Hayward [Agriculture and Nutrition].
Three activities [of them] are problematic now:
– Selling raw asbestos.
During this, workers were exposed to this cancer inducing substance. …
– Thompson Hayward was one of seven corporations selling Agent Orange to the US army during the Vietnam war. …
– Producing pesticides like DDT, an insecticide which has been illegal for a long time, because it contains the cancer inducing dioxin.