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Goldcorp restarts operations at Cerro Negro mine

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Global Mining Review,

Goldcorp Inc. yesterday announced operations have restarted at its Cerro Negro mine in Argentina, following a work stoppage by workers representing the Asociación Obrera Minera Argentina union that began 8 March 2019. A conciliation process resolution was issued by the provincial government of Santa Cruz and accepted by the parties.

All personnel have been remobilised and the site is ramping back up to normal operations. During the conciliation period, Goldcorp is committed to working cooperatively with employee representatives and government officials on a fair and equitable resolution, with dialogue focussed on safe operations, environmental protection and full permit compliance.

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