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Banco Atlántida

Headquarters in Honduras

Banco Atlántida website: http://www.bancatlan.hn

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15 February 2016
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Author: Criterio (Honduras)

“Banco Atlántida interpone demanda contra David Romero”, 12 de Febrero de 2016...

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8 May 2004
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Author: AGM News

Las cuatro empresas que operan en el país, tres de ellas subsidiarias de companías canadienses, enfrentan protestas constantes de pobladores y ecologistas bajo acusaciones de contaminación ambiental...En Honduras operan las compañías Entre Mares,...

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21 January 2004

Honduras: Mining Expansion Triggers Protests

Author: Thelma Mejía, Tierramérica

The concession of environmental licenses to expand mining operations in Honduras has prompted local communities, environmental groups and municipal governments to take action against what they see as the weaknesses of the national Law on Mining. ...

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10 January 2004
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Author: Thelma Mejía, Tierramérica

La concesión de licencias ambientales para expandir la explotación minera en Honduras moviliza a poblaciones afectadas, grupos ecologistas y alcaldías...

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10 January 2004
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6 June 2003
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Author: Paul Jeffrey, Noticias Aliadas

"Se secaron las fuentes que nos abastecían a raíz de los trabajos que está llevando a cabo la compañía minera" [Glamis Gold, Entre Mares, Greenstone Resources, Banco Atlántida, Kroll]

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6 June 2003

Honduras: Mining firms have left towns without water and with environmental concerns

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