viernes, mayo 05, 2006

El asalto boliviano, según The Economist

Algo te dice en el cuerpo como que "me lo temía":
One industry source calls the ceremony a “pantomime” to calm the radicals among Mr Morales's supporters, and forecasts that the government will offer the companies a 50/50 revenue split.

Yet this brinkmanship, if such it be, could backfire. Several companies may go to international arbitration to enforce their contracts. In that case, Mr Morales could turn to Mr Chávez. YPFB is being advised by lawyers and technicians from Petróleos de Venezuela (PDVSA). But Venezuela's president fired most of his state oil company's most experienced staff after a strike three years ago, and the company's output at home is falling steadily.
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