Ecuadorian


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Synonyms for Ecuadorian

a native or inhabitant of Ecuador

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Ecuadorian authorities have detected small scale coca and poppy cultivation along the northern border.
As is evident in the writings of primary thinkers of Ecuadorian society, they reproduced the racial hierarchy established during the colonial era, however, they also had to make a compromise as they went about the process of imagining and constructing the nation.
Ecuadorian environmentalists are now gearing up for a last-ditch effort to save the park--a national referendum to put Yasuni off-limits forever.
Today's decision is unequivocal: The Ecuadorian judgment against Chevron is a fraud and is the result of criminal acts by a handful of corrupt lawyers looking to enrich themselves," said Hewitt Pate, Chevron vice president and general counsel.
The Ecuadorian official, who was received on Monday by President of the National Constituent Assembly (NCA) Mustapha Ben Jfar, lauded the spirit of consensus that marked the different stages of this process.
In February, Ecuadorian Minister of International Trade, Franciso Rivadeneira, said the two airlines had agreed to transfer passengers and cargo at airports outside of their respective hubs.
She indicated that the Ecuadorian government made [euro]o'erroneous reports[euro]o' that inflated the numbers of DOD employees in Ecuador.
The issue was raised in a meeting between the Ecuadorian envoy and Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in Tehran on Wednesday.
A current trade pact that provides certain Ecuadorian products with duty-free access to the U.
The Met said that the estimated total cost of policing the Ecuadorian embassy between last June and the end of January is 2.
Summary: London: WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange will mark six months holed up at the Ecuadorian embassy .
Supreme Court denied the oil giant's appeal of a lower court decision that upheld an Ecuadorian court judgment that first issued the fine.
Mr Hague said it was a "matter of regret" that the Ecuadorian government decided to grant the Wikileaks founder political asylum but warned that it "does not change the fundamentals" of the case.
Summary: Julian Assange is spending his first full day in the Ecuadorian embassy in London since being granted political asylum by the country.
London: August 16 -- BNA) Wikileaks' founder, Julian Assang, had earlier taken refuge into the Ecuadorian Embassy in London last June 2012 in order to evade deportation to Sweden and thence to the USA.