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Company Response

29 Aug 2017


Carivida response

…Carivida recognizes that its business activities have an impact on the local communities. Carivida strives to reconcile its commercial objectives with the long-term imperatives of sustainable growth, social prosperity, and well-being. In October 2016, a group of locals, armed with machetes, entered one of Carivida’s private properties without authorization, and without prior communication surrounding such intentions. Since then, Carivida has followed its prescribed legal recourse and will continue to act within its legal rights in order to find a fair resolution. As a result of Carivida defending its rights to its private property, which was purchased in 2013 and peacefully possessed for three years, some of those involved in this case have resorted to propaganda as an attempt to gain support. This propaganda has included unfounded slander against Carivida and its General Manager, Patrick Forseth. Therefore, Carivida has respectfully responded through the Honduran legal system to find a fair resolution…