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[PDF] Agreed Final Joint Statement [by Trafigura and Leigh Day & Co.]

[I]ndependent experts are unable to identify a link between exposure to the chemicals released from the slops and deaths, miscarriages, still births, birth defects, loss of visual acuity or other serious and chronic injuries…In the light of the expert evidence, Leigh Day & Co withdraws the comments made on its website on 8 November 2006 and subsequently, which alleged, among other things, that the slops had caused a number of deaths and miscarriages. Trafigura and Leigh Day & Co have accordingly resolved the libel proceedings brought by Trafigura. Leigh Day & Co deny that any of their clients have made any deliberately false claims.

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