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Ecuador’s 50-Year Battle to Cut Fuel Subsidies

Published on June 10, 2024
Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn The fuel subsidy, a legacy of the military regime, has persisted despite significant shifts in economic and oil landscapes since the 1970s, proving a challenge for successive Presidents of the Republic. Introduced in Ecuador in 1974 under the military regime led by General Guillermo Rodríguez Lara, the controversial fuel subsidy coincided […]

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