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The world's biggest sovereign wealth fund signaled it will get tougher in weeding out companies from its portfolio that don't live up to a set of anti-corruption standards it has set.Norway's $1 trillion fund owns 1.4 percent of all listed companies and actively pushes for higher environmental, social and governance standards for its vast portfolio.It has attacked excessive CEO pay and refuses to invest in companies that fail to live up to its environmental and ethical standards.
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