Ecuador ¿acreedor de cientos de millones en caso Chevron?

Un grupo de ecuatorianos demandó a Chevron por US$9.5 mil millones. Ahora, por cuenta de esa acción de particulares, Ecuador podrá quedar como deudor de esa firma en “cientos de millones de dólares”, le dijo a Latin Trade un portavoz de la petrolera. El 30 de agosto un tribunal internacional en La Haya estimó que el proceso por el que el Ecuador demandaba a Texaco y luego a Chevron por contaminación en la exploración de Lago Agrio, en el Amazonas ecuatoriano, fue producto de fraude y sobornos y que no reunía los estándares mínimos para prosperar. Chevron compró Texaco en 2001, y con la adquisición heredó el proceso. El tribunal le ordenó al gobierno ecuatoriano tomar medidas inmediatas, como la […]

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