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Dossier of analysis, news and opinions about the Doe Run / Renco vs Perú

Pay the polluter $800 million! Trade deal injustice for the children of La Oroya.

Source: Friends of the Earth

PERU TO LOOK FOR NEW FIRM TO OPERATE DOE RUN SMELTER -CREDITORS

Source: Reuters.com

Toxic Doe Run lead smelter could reopen in La Oroya

Source: Oxfamamerica.org

LA OROYA REOPENING STALLS AGAIN ON NEW DOE RUN PERU DEMANDS

Source: Mineweb.com

US CONGRESSMEN SEND DEAR COLLEAGUE LETTER TO CLINTON CRITICIZING DOE RUN PERU

Source: Peruthisweek.com

PERU: LISTENING TO LA OROYA

Source: Oxfamamerica.org

RENCO GROUP USES TRADE PACT FOREIGN INVESTOR PROVISIONS TO CHILL PERU’S ENVIRONMENT AND HEALTH POLICY, UNDERMINE JUSTICE (ANALYSIS)

Source: Public Citizen

PERU GOVERNMENT VOWS TO PAY CLOSE ATTENTION TO DOE RUN PERU NEGOTIATION

Source: Peruthisweek.com

DOE RUN PERU TAKES GOVERNMENT TO COURT AGAIN

Source: Peruthisweek.com

PERUVIAN GOVERNMENT CONTINUES TO GIVE IN TO THE PRESSURES OF DOE RUN PERU, YET THE COMPANY IS NOT WITHDRAWING ITS ARBITRATION

Source: Manosperu.org

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