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26 Mär 2008


[PDF] Response to Amazon Watch regarding petition to US Securities & Exchange Commission

Amazon Watch's statement regarding its most recent petition to the SEC continues its familiar pattern of attempting to litigate the Ecuador case in the media so as to force a settlement of their unfounded claims. As in the past, Amazon Watch unilaterally lodges complaints with U.S. law enforcement agencies and then launches a media campaign implying that those agencies have taken up their cause. Chevron has been fully transparent and consistent in its position on the Ecuador litigation to our shareholders... Chevron’s position in this case is clear... Chevron ultimately expects to defeat the unfounded claims at issue in this litigation, whether in the courts of Ecuador or in some other tribunal...

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Amazon Watch urges fines for Chevron in USA - says company misrepresents potential liability in Ecuador lawsuit

Texaco/Chevron lawsuits (re Ecuador)