Author: Frank Jack Daniel, Reuters, Published on: 1 March 2005
Many of the Mayans see [Glamis Gold's Marlin] mine [part of Goldcorp] in the civil war-scarred highlands as a symbol of foreign intervention and a threat to the environment and their agrarian way of life. But Glamis Vice President Steve Baumann says the project will create wealth in a neglected part of one of the hemisphere's poorest countries.
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