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In Chile, Precious Lands Often Go for a Pittance

Date: December 26, 2006
Author: Monte Reel
QUOTE: "...a mining company will negotiate with a local landowner, and the landowner will later say he didn't get a fair deal. The company will say it paid a fair market price, but in those remote Andean mountain areas, there's no real land market and it's difficult to say exactly what a fair price would be."

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