Sen. Frist sees more asbestos talks next week


WASHINGTON, April 29 (Reuters) - Negotiations to create a privately financed U.S. fund to compensate asbestos victims are making progress and will probably continue next week, Senate Republican Leader Bill Frist said on Thursday. "Continued progress," Frist said when asked how the talks, which began on Monday, were going. "We'll probably continue into next week," he told Reuters outside the Senate. Frist gave no details of the negotiations. Participants said they had been instructed ...

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