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From bad to worse: IFC safeguards

Author: Bretton Woods Project, Published on: 13 June 2005

Devastating impacts of IFC-supported projects on people and the environment, and irresponsible company practises continue to highlight the serious shortcomings of the institution's environmental and social safeguards. The current safeguard policy revision process...is failing to address the crucial issues and has been subject to scrutiny by civil society, private banks and industry alike. [refers to Amaggi, Glamis Gold]

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Related companies: Amaggi (part of Grupo André Maggi) Glamis Gold (part of Goldcorp)