Monterrico case could set precedent
Monterrico Metals has paid compensation to more than 30 Peruvian farmers who claim they were beaten and tortured by police, in a case that the company's Peruvian lawyers say could set a precedent for claimants from countries where the legal systems would 'not allow compensation comparable to what can be obtained in the UK'.
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