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8 Sep 2008


[DOC] Response by Chevron

Chevron is pleased to...address issues raised in the paper written by Jorge Daniel Taillant of the Center for Human Rights and Environment... At the outset, I want to be on record that Chevron condemns the unattributed and unauthorized statement that was published in the July 26, 2008 issue of Newsweek magazine... With respect to the litigation [in Ecuador] itself, Mr. Taillant simply repeats, almost verbatim, the discredited allegations and assertions made by the plaintiffs’ attorneys and the activist groups sponsoring the long-standing litigation against Chevron. We address below the specific matters and allegations raised by Mr. Taillant...

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Commentary on Chevron's stance in Ecuador environmental lawsuit by Daniel Taillant (Centre for Human Rights & Environment - Argentina)

Texaco/Chevron lawsuits (re Ecuador)