Fidelity Investments said it didn’t sell 91% of its holdings in PetroChina, which invests in government-sponsored oil projects in Sudan, to appease activists, The Boston Globe reports.

The individual managers of the funds holding the security made the decision on their own, said Anne Crowley, a spokeswoman for Fidelity. The situation in Darfur “is a matter to be properly resolved by the governments of the world and the United Nations,” Crowley said, “and we truly hope they will do what is right.”

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