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  • The Ecuadorian government showed its discomfort over the election of Venezuela to the United Nations Human Rights Council. Through a statement from the Foreign Ministry, the Ecuadorian state deplored the election of Venezuela and considers a scandalous contradiction that the body integrates a regime...

  • Isabel Noboa, president of the Nobis Consortium, was recognized last Monday in Costa Rica as the best industrialist in Latin America, a distinction granted during the World Business Forum of the Association of Latin American Industrialists (AILA). The event brought together the most important privat...

  • The Bribes case, whose preparatory trial hearing began on the morning of this October 17, 2019, is only one of the processes facing former president Rafael Correa. According to a report by the State Attorney General’s Office, several legal cases weigh on the ex-plaintiff. Seven are under inves...

  • On the corner of “6 de Diciembre y Tarqui”, a zone that was the epicenter of violence, the pungent smell of fires and the remnant of tear gas in the air still cause itchy nose and burning in the throat, four days after the disturbances. There, in the shadow of the burning building of the...

  • A large group of people gathered from approximately 17:00 on Wednesday, October 16, 2019, outside the headquarters of the Embassy of Mexico in Ecuador, located between the avenues December 6 and the United Nations, in the north of Quito The citizen’s call was made through the social networks F...

  • The delivery of around $ 100 million in state loans to local governments remained unfinished due to protests last week. The Development Bank of Ecuador (BDE) had planned to deliver the amount for various projects. Among these provision of drinking water and sanitation works aimed at rural areas, agr...

  • The floricultural sector counts its losses for the 11 days of unemployment, with emphasis on the farms that were invaded by indigenous protesters and infiltrators, he says. Juan Pablo Torres, of Agrinag, calculates at $ 400,000 the losses of 1.2 million stalks of roses that could not be exported and...