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“The findings of this report demonstrate that the proposed Tambo Grande openpit
gold mine, if approved, is likely to have negative, long-term impacts on water
quality and quantity, the general environment, and possibly agriculture. Further,
claims that Manhattan Minerals and the Peruvian government have made
regarding the lack of impacts cannot be substantiated by the analysis and
information that the company has provided, to date. “

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