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Mining in Peru: Unearthing the Truth

Author: Christian Aid, Published on: 15 February 2005

As multinational mining companies BHP Billiton and Anglo American meet with campaigners to discuss the negative impact of mining in the developing world, Christian Aid’s new report argues that the questionable economic benefits of increased mining in Peru cannot justify the suffering inflicted on poor local communities.

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Related companies: Anglo American BHP Billiton