A Global Mining Corporation and Local Communities in the Lake Victoria Zone: The Case of Barrick Gold Multinational in Tanzania
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Keywordsmining; multinational corporations; corporate social responsibility; local stakeholders; not-for-profit organizations; Barrick; Tanzania;
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