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Tufts University report on Goldcorp's Marlin mine in Guatemala

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited Goldcorp to respond to the following press release and report raising concerns about the economic benefits and environmental risks of Goldcorp's Marlin mine in Guatemala:

Goldcorp issued the following statement in response to the report:

Goldcorp response [DOC], 7 Oct 2011

[Español] Respuesta de Goldcorp [DOC], 12 octubre 2011

Subsequently, the authors of the report, Lyuba Zarsky and Leonardo Stanley, sent the Resource Centre the following rejoinder to Goldcorp's response:

Rejoinder re Goldcorp's response [DOC], 3 Dec 2011

The Resource Centre invited Goldcorp to respond to this rejoinder, and they sent us the following statements:

Goldcorp’s investment in Guatemala [PDF], 7 Dec 2011

[Español] Inversiones de Goldcorp en Guatemala [PDF], 7 diciembre 2011

The authors of the report, Lyuba Zarsky and Leonardo Stanley, again sent the Resource Centre a rejoinderin responseto Goldcorp's secondresponse:

Rejoinder re Goldcorp's 7 Dec response [DOC], 3 Jan 2012

The Resource Centre invited Goldcorp to respond to this rejoinder as well. Goldcorp said: "We feel we have communicated extensively with Tufts during their investigation, during the presentation of their study and following it. These communications have been public and transparent. At this time, we do not feel the need to carry on a dialogue through a series of rejoinders."