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2 Companies Said to Agree to Settle Suits on Emissions [USA]

Author: Jennifer Lee, New York Times, Published on: 8 April 2003

Alcoa and Archer Daniels Midland have agreed to settle federal air pollution complaints by upgrading smelters and other factories at a cost the government estimates at $700 million

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Related companies: Alcoa Archer Daniels Midland