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Samarco to Pay $260 Million for Clean-Up Following Mine Disaster

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Mining company Samarco, which is jointly owned by Australia’s BHP Billiton and Brazil’s Vale SA, will provide some $260 million USD to fund clean-up efforts in the wake of the November 5th tailings dam bursts at the iron ore mine it operates in Minas Gerais state.