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Minerals and Metals Group (MMG) (part of China Minmetals)

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25 November 2019
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20 November 2019

Peru: Peruvian civil society delegation denounces social impacts of mining in Brussels

Author: DW

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19 November 2019
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Author: Mirra Banchón - Deutsche Welle

"Minería en Perú y la UE: El tajo abierto contaminará el mundo entero" - 19 de noviembre de 2019...

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30 October 2019

Peru: Local and traditional authorities of Cusco request derogation from State of Emergency due to conflict with mining company MMG Las Bambas

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30 October 2019

Peru: Local and traditional authorities of Cusco request derogation from State of Emergency due to conflict with mining company MMG Las Bambas

Author: Red Muqui (Peru)

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30 October 2019
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22 October 2019
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Author: Red Muqui (Perú)

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4 August 2019

Australia: $1.1 billion in profit may have been shifted out of Africa by Australian miners using tax avoidance strategies

A new report from Oxfam and the Tax Justice Network estimates that $289 million in tax revenue was ripped out of developing countries in Africa in one year by mining companies exploiting tax concessions or loopholes. The report does not accuse any...

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15 July 2019

Peru: Comment on the Challenges of the Free Trade Agreement with China for its "Optimization"

Author: Paulina Garzón, IISCAL

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15 July 2019

Peru: Comment on the Challenges of the Free Trade Agreement with China for its "Optimization"

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