Japanese shipping company says Mauritius government has requested compensation

TOKYO (Reuters) - The Japanese shipping company that owns the bulk carrier that struck a coral reef off of Mauritius and leaked some 1,000 tonnes of oil said the government of Mauritius had requested compensation. Nagashiki Shipping also said in a statement that the cause of the incident was still not known and would be fully investigated. (Reporting by Sakura Murakami; Writing by David Dolan)

Reuters August 14, 2020 06:10:38 IST
Japanese shipping company says Mauritius government has requested compensation

Japanese shipping company says Mauritius government has requested compensation

TOKYO (Reuters) - The Japanese shipping company that owns the bulk carrier that struck a coral reef off of Mauritius and leaked some 1,000 tonnes of oil said the government of Mauritius had requested compensation.

Nagashiki Shipping also said in a statement that the cause of the incident was still not known and would be fully investigated.

(Reporting by Sakura Murakami; Writing by David Dolan)

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