Hungary ‘to prevent toxic sludge firm bankruptcy’

BBC: The Hungarian government says it is working to prevent the bankruptcy of a company that was heavily fined over a major industrial accident last year. The firm, MAL Zrt, was fined more than $650m (£412m) this week for damages caused by the red sludge disaster last October. The alumina producer has announced it will appeal against the fine. Ten people died and two villages and a town were heavily polluted when toxic waste material leaked from a reservoir. MAL Zrt is under attack from all......

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