Chirac Vows To Make Polluters Pay More

Thursday, January 20, 2000
French President Jacques Chirac vowed to push for international laws forcing polluters to pay more for damage caused by oil slicks like one that smeared France's Atlantic shoreline last month. Speaking to youths shoveling globs of fuel oil that washed up near the resort of Le Croisic, Chirac said he wanted to see harsher accident fines for ship charterers and owners.
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