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ChevronTexaco Investors Travel to Ecuador for Fact-Finding Mission about the Corporation’s Controversial Oil Operations

Representatives Control More than $360 Million in Company Stock - Will View Oil Pits, Meet with Indigenous Communities Suing ChevronTexaco, and Hear from Company Representatives - Representatives from institutions holding more than $360 million of ChevronTexaco stock will travel to Ecuador tomorrow for a weeklong fact-finding mission about the corporation’s former oil operations in the Amazon rainforest. ChevronTexaco has come under increased public scrutiny since last October following the first phase of multi-billion dollar trial that the company is facing in Ecuadorian courts around the oil operations.

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