I also saw this in one or two places in SC:O. The ' is some type of code (HTML?) for the apostrophe. There are at least three types of apostrophe. Word processors have one type that can be used as a starting quote symbol and another that can be used as an end quote symbol or in contractions and possessive words. I think spreadsheets and maybe Notepad ++ have these also. Notepad has a plain apostrophe for plain text. It is used in both places. Run each program and enter an apostrophe to see the difference.
I think using the plain one from Notepad will solve the problem without having to change the program code to properly use the different types of apostrophes. I think loading the appropriate .csv file into Notepad, deleting the existing apostrophe and adding it back, then saving the file will fix the problem - or maybe not.