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[PDF] Glamis Gold Comments on IFC Compliance Office Report on Marlin Project; Participates in Groundbreaking Event with Guatemalan President

Author: Glamis Gold, Published on: 8 September 2005

Glamis Gold Ltd. reported today that the Office of the Compliance Advisor/Ombudsman (“CAO”) of the International Finance Corporation (“IFC”) has issued its final “Assessment of a Complaint Submitted to CAO in Relation to the Marlin Mining Project [owned by Goldcorp] in Guatemala.”...The principal conclusion of the Assessment is that the project does not pose a significant environmental risk and should provide social benefits to the local communities.

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Related companies: Glamis Gold (part of Goldcorp) Goldcorp (now Newmont Goldcorp)