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[DOC] Response [to Goldcorp] from Lyuba Zarsky and Leonardo Stanley, Global Development and Environment Institute

Author: Lyuba Zarsky and Leonardo Stanley, Global Development and Environment Institute, Published on: 3 December 2011

This report was based largely on data provided by Goldcorp...Two stark facts emerge from the economic and financial data. The first is that the Marlin mine makes a lot—a whole lot-- of money...The second stark fact is that Guatemala is receiving crumbs from the table of the Marlin bonanza...There is little doubt that the jobs provided by the mine provide significant benefits in the very poor local Mayan communities...[Goldcorp responded to this item on 7 Dec: scroll to bottom of this package]

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