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Another setback for Barrick's troubled Pascua-Lama gold mine Add to ...

Since the Barrick Gold Corp. project moved in, residents of El Corral, a small town in the foothills of the Andes, claim river levels have dropped, the water is murky and some complain of health problems. Chile's environmental regulator has fined Barrick $16-million and halted development until a water management system is completed.

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