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24 Okt 2001

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ICEM - International Federation of Chemical, Energy, Mine and General Workers' Unions

Compensate South African Victims, Cape plc Told

Multinational should settle now with asbestos claimants, world union says -...Cape closed its British asbestos factory in 1968, due to the high incidence of asbestos-related diseases. But it kept its South African operation running for another decade after that, and lobbied the apartheid regime to suppress information about the health risks.

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