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Lost oil spill appeal could cost BP

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March 4, 2014
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BP has lost another legal battle over the Gulf of Mexico oil spill. Hayley Platt looks at the impact of the ruling not to block businesses from recovering money, even if they can't trace their losses to the disaster. Video provided by Reuters


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