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[PDF] Mining Ombudsman case report: Rapu Rapu polymetallic mine
Author: Oxfam Australia, Published on: 1 October 2008
This case report outlines the social and environmental impacts caused by the operations of the Australian-owned Rapu Rapu polymetallic mine on Rapu Rapu island, the Philippines. It details the failure of two Australian companies — Lafayette Mining Limited and ANZ — to prioritise the local communities’ wellbeing over profits...This report seeks to ensure that lessons can be learnt from the Rapu Rapu mine case. Oxfam Australia has a number of recommendations for the current mine owners, Philippines regulatory authorities, the Australian mining industry, ANZ and other financiers of mining projects in developing countries, and the Australian government.
Related companies: ANZ Bank