Ecuador Bows to US & IMF, Entering New Neoliberal Era
4 monthes ago - By MintPress News
QUITO, ECUADOR - Ecuador's passionate re-embrace of the International Monetary Fund offers one of the clearest and most dramatic signs that the country's leadership is dead-set on shedding any vestiges of the “post-neoliberal” era it was said to have entered a decade ago during former President Rafael Correa's Citizens' Revolution.
The warmth displayed by authorities over the past month to visiting U.S. Vice President Mike Pence and a team from the IMF, respectively, further proves that Ecuador is melting back into the arms of international financial interests. Yet, despite authorities'...
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