By Brendan Boyle CAPE TOWN, Nov 21 (Reuters) - South Africa's last white president on Thursday stood by the companies that traded with his minority government a decade ago and criticised lawyers trying to claim compensation for the victims of apartheid. Former President F.W. de Klerk has advised banks, oil companies and other firms that traded with the whites-only government in the last decades of minority rule to fight claims by U.S. lawyers for compensation to victims of apartheid. ...
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