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  • Thirteen years after the world's biggest oil spill, involving the loss of 68 million gallons of oil from the Amoco Cadiz tanker off the coast of Brittany, the owner Amoco has been ordered to pay damages of $204 million by a US appeal court. It was originally sued for $1.6 billion. The court also found the shipbuilders Astilleros Espanoles liable, but it could not be sued in the appeal court. Amoco has been told to pay all the d

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