Corruption at Petroecuador is target of new program by Jamil Enrique Moscoso Villegas Public oil company Petroecuador and the government project Unidad de Analisis Financiero y Economico (UAFE) have joined forces to battle corruption within Petroecuador. Through an institutional agreement, both entities will enforce aggressive measures against any wrongdoing. Petroecuador General Manager Carlos Tejada and UAFE director Diana Salazar signed a cooperation agreement March 9 in Quito. The agreement proposes the creation of a special unit, Unidad Complementaria de Lavado de Activos, that will fight money laundering and crime financing schemes within Petroecuador. The newspaper El Telegrafo reports that all…
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