RIO DE JANEIRO, Nov 28- Brazilian iron ore miner Samarco has suspended payments to employees and suppliers because its funds have been frozen by courts in the wake of a deadly dam burst and destructive flood of muddy mine waste, the company said in a statement on Saturday. The company, a joint venture between Australia's BHP Billiton Ltd, the world's largest mining...» Read More
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