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Company Response

Response by Bear Creek

…Thank you for contacting Bear Creek Mining and offering the opportunity to respond. Bear Creek Mining considers its corporate social responsibility a top priority and conducts its business to the highest ethical standards and in complete respect of all laws and regulations applicable to us.  Our community partnerships and programs have helped to improve health and living conditions, offered greater educational opportunities and provided direct and indirect employment to hundreds of people in the Puno Region. We expect that our social responsibility programs will continue to be well received by our neighbors.

As Bear Creek Mining is not a party to the matters discussed in the articles you cite, we are unable to provide any comment.

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