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14 Mär 2003

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South African Press Association, in Mail & Guardian [South Africa]

Asbestos deal won't bring back the dead [South Africa]

Various organisations said on Thursday nothing would reverse the loss of life and damage suffered by victims of asbestos-related diseases but they welcomed the settlement agreements with Cape plc and Gencor with a mixture of anger and relief.

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