|Mining in Mexico|
|Description||Specific instance notified by an NGO on behalf of several trade unions, a common land owners unit (ejido), and other interested parties regarding the activities of a mining multinational enterprise operating in Mexico.|
|Theme(s)||Combating bribery, bribe solicitation and extortion, Disclosure, Employment and industrial relations, Environment, Human rights|
|Date||29 May 2012|
|Source||NGO, Other interested parties, Trade Union|
|Industry sector||Mining and quarrying|
In May 2012 the Mexican and Canadian NCPs received a request for review from an NGO on behalf of several trade unions, a common land owners unit ("Ejido"), and other interested parties, alleging that a mining multinational enterprise had breached the disclosure, human rights, employment and industrial relations, environment, and combating bribery, bribe solicitation and extortion provisions of the Guidelines in Mexico.
The Mexican NCP took the lead on the initial assessment with the support of the Canadian NCP. On 28 November 2012 the NCP concluded that it could not offer its good offices for the following reasons: