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Nairobi — Tourist operators in Mauritius fear that an oil spill from a Japanese ship will further damage their businesses, already reeling from the coronavirus pandemic, and could cost jobs if their pristine beaches are spoiled.

Tourism generated 63-billion rupees ($1.6bn) for the economy last year. In May, the central bank said that in the past two months alone the nation has lost 12-billion rupees in foreign exchange due to the fall in tourism...

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