American Funds has sold $187 million, or 99% of its original $190 million, holdings via three mutual funds in PetroChina shares, a company Investors Against Genocide has railed against for funding genocide in the Darfur region of Sudan. The latest SEC filings show the fund company’s holdings as of Dec. 31 at a mere $2.7 million.

This comes on the heels of TIAA-CREF’s Jan. 4 announcement it had sold all of its holdings, worth $58 million in PetroChina, Sinopec and ONGC.

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