Trafigura accounts for 40 percent of trade in refined copper, lead and zinc. But the one time it made world headlines was in 2006 when a ship it owned was responsible for dumping toxic waste in Côte D’Ivoire.
Many locals became sick and at least ten people died. Trafigura paid £130 million in compensation.
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