By Gail Appleson NEW YORK, May 19 (Reuters) - A federal judge on Monday set a Nov. 6 date to hear key arguments seeking dismissal of litigation against some 40 corporate defendants alleging they aided the violent South African apartheid regime. The litigation, which involves class action cases pending in Manhattan federal court, targets various industry groups including some of the world's largest banks, car and computer makers, petrochemical, food, weapons and construction companies. ...
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