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Mexico: Community & activists raise concerns over impacts on water, community, local fishermen of Mira Companies' Tres Santos project

Residents of Todos Santos, in Baja California, Mexico, as well as academics and activists, have raised concerns about impacts on poverty, development and access to water that could be caused by Mira Companies' Tres Santos property project.  Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited Black Creek Group, the founder and now owner of 50% of Mira Companies, to respond.  It sent a response from Mira Companies, below.

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