MOL earmarks USD 9.4 million for clean-up after oil spill near Mauritius

Japan's Mitsui OSK Line will spend USD 9.4 million in the coming years on several initiatives to aid Mauritius after the oil spill. Mangroves need to be cleaned, among other things, and a new environmental fund is also established.

Fishermen are now in the second phase of the clean up after a dry bulker ran aground off the coast of Mauritius, causing 1,000 tonnes of oil to spill. Photo: -/AFP / AFP

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