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Malaysian Plantation Firm to Pay For Haze

A Malaysian-owned plantation company has agreed to pay the Indonesian government compensation of $1.1 million for contributing to the choking smoke haze that blanketed much of Sumatra in the dry season of 1999-2000. "Following an agreement on April 23 with the company, PT Adei Plantation agreed to pay $1.1 million in settlement money to the government," Forestry Ministry official Nixon Silalahi was quoted as saying by Agence France-Presse on Thursday (1/5/03).
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