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6 Okt 2011


Response from Goldcorp to report raising concerns about the economic benefits and environmental risks of the Marlin mine in Guatemala

In 2010, Goldcorp was contacted by research staff at the Global Development and Environment Institute at Tufts University...Researchers Zarsky and Stanley requested interviews with company representatives, and Goldcorp staff willingly engaged in what they believed would be an open and transparent dialogue with Institute researchers. Upon review of the report released recently...Goldcorp became immediately aware that the document provides incomplete and inaccurate information...

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Guatemala: Report says Goldcorp's Marlin mine contributes "little" to sustainable development & long-term environmental risks "significantly outweigh" its economic benefits (by Tufts University)

Corporate lawsuits against govts. over resource rights continue to increase, according to report of Institute for Policy Studies - includes response from Doe Run Peru