Jobs,infrastructure, tax revenue for 20/30 yrs approx ,big boys coming in to spend millions improving the economy and again more tax revenue ,this is probably going to make Ecuador one of the performing economies this year ,very much doubt they would want to block anything imho
I would not share the anxiety, if Moreno wins he will likely continue the policies of the Correa years, if Lasso wins he will pursue business opportunities even more aggressively. But what do I now, I thought the Italians were not so crazy to vote for Berlusconi, the Brits were not so crazy to vote for Brexit, and the American could not possibly even consider Trump as a candidate.
"General elections will be held in Ecuador on 19 February 2017 alongside a referendum on tax havens. Voters will elect a new President and National Assembly. Incumbent President Rafael Correa is not eligible for re-election, having served two terms"
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