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... is largely unexplored and could potentially have big copper, gold and silver deposits. Socialist President Rafael Correa, who won a sweeping re-election victory in February, is eager to attract investment to reduce the economy's dependence on oil ... Comment?
President Rafael Correa waves to supporters as he leaves a polling station after voting in Quito, Feb. Comment?
... running for - a winning - a third term last year. After taking office in early 2007, Ecuador's President Rafael Correa moved to rewrite the country's Constitution so that it would allow his reelection. Correa scored a predictable victory at the ... Comment?
... Rodrigo Riofrio, at a city supermarket. Peru demanded that Ecuador withdraw Riofrio, but Ecuadoran President Rafael Correa refused. Both countries withdrew ambassadors, and the situation was resolved when Ecuador relented and named a new envoy. ... Comment?
... ruling party's absolute majority in the unicameral parliament will allow the government of socialist President Rafael Correa to pass laws it was not able to do before due to a lack of votes, as well as define the legislative and fiscal agenda. At ... Comment?
Ecuador's president names new oil, finance ministers Thu May 9, 2013 9:1PM GMT presstv.ir Ecuadorean President Rafael Correa has appointed a new oil minister and a new finance minister, as the socialist leader unveils a new cabinet for his third term in office. Comment?
... Ambassador Nathalie Cely, improving regional and national security has been a top priority for President Rafael Correa's administration, which has spent six times more on security than the last three administrations combined and ten times more now ... Comment?
... previously, Martinez said. High oil revenues and increased tax collection have allowed leftist President Rafael Correa to boost state spending on infrastructure and welfare projects in recent years, which has created jobs and bolstered the economy. ... Comment?
... Andean nation a country "full of Indians." Peru asked Ecuador to recall Mr. Riofrio. But Ecuadorean President Rafael Correa last week demanded an apology from Peru and threatened to freeze relations. This week, Mr. Correa agreed to recall his ... Comment?
... month-on-month, the government's statistics office said on Tuesday. The government of socialist President Rafael Correa expects annual inflation of around 5 percent this year. Consumer prices in the Andean country rose 4.16 percent in 2012, less ... Comment?
... their outrage at the perceived aggression. Following a meeting with Ambassador Riofrio, Ecuadorean President Rafael Correa said he backed the diplomat, as "he had been the one to be hit first". He also threatened "with sorrow in his heart" to bar ... Comment?
... a week after the supermarket brawl, both countries recalled their respective ambassadors. Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa and Peru's Foreign Affairs Ministry now find themselves at a stalemate. On Monday, Ecuador's Correa offered a bargain. ... Comment?
... neighbors 15 years after signing peace accords to end more than a century of conflict. Ecuador's President Rafael Correa, who threw out Barack Obama 's representative in 2011 and Colombia's ambassador in 2010, is threatening to freeze relations with ... Comment?
... to be part South American bloc as full member, after to negotiating an agreement with the European Union (EU). Rafael Correa, President of Ecuador, said the goal is to join Mercosur country once that is finished and signed the agreement with the ... Comment?
... America were further consolidated with the 17 February third-term presidential electoral victory of Ecuador's Rafael Correa. (Due to constitutional changes, his first term lasted for just two years.) Correa achieved a convincing first-round victory, ... Comment?
... economy grew 8% and for 2013 it is expected to grow about 4%. Since taking office in 2007, President Rafael Correa has been setting interest rates and increasing the services that banks must provide to clients for free. The Weekly Analysis report ... Comment?
... o's wife first in reaction to an insult before the ambassador turned on them). Even Ecuador's president, Rafael Correa, has weighed in on the fiasco , saying that the video clearly shows that the women were the aggressors. One of the women was "very ... Comment?
... in Colombia and an increase of 0.01 percentage point to 5.79 percent for similar loans in Peru . President Rafael Correa fast-tracked the tax bill through Congress during his re-election campaign last year to pay for a 43 percent boost in cash ... Comment?
... such as those for laws on culture and land, are also on hold for the same reason. One year ago, President Rafael Correa stated in one of his regular Saturday broadcasts that non-governmental organisations "want prior consultations to be popular ... Comment?
... of 2012 after admitting to using a fake degree 22 years earlier. Delgado, a cousin of Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa, acknowledged that he gave the forged document to a Costa Rican business school and then just kept quiet about the whole thing. ... Comment?