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    Default Power distributor bosses changed

    Thats an interesting change. Now all run by foreigners.

    In Decree 519-10, President Fernandez replaced Lorenzo Ventura at EdeSur with Brazilian Marcelo Rogelio Silva Iribarne, Ruben Bichara of EdeEste with Chilean Francisco Leiva Landabur, and at EdeNorte, Felix Tavarez was replaced by Chilean Eduardo Saavedra Pichardo.

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    This ought to be interesting. Maybe LF is finally getting serious about the embarassing electricity problems.

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    This has got to be better then before! Lets all collectively cross our fingers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert View Post
    Thats an interesting change. Now all run by foreigners.

    In Decree 519-10, President Fernandez replaced Lorenzo Ventura at EdeSur with Brazilian Marcelo Rogelio Silva Iribarne, Ruben Bichara of EdeEste with Chilean Francisco Leiva Landabur, and at EdeNorte, Felix Tavarez was replaced by Chilean Eduardo Saavedra Pichardo.
    My question is this must have been in the works for a while. or these foreigners were already living here???

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    Over the years I've met several South Americans who are high-ranking execs in the Edes or consultants, so it's nothing new whatsoever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chirimoya View Post
    Over the years I've met several South Americans who are high-ranking execs in the Edes or consultants, so it's nothing new whatsoever.
    So it's more like rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank the Tank View Post
    So it's more like rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic?
    That's a depressing analogy....

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    Sums it up fairly well, I thought.

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    As per news releases today, the removal was a requirement from the BID and other international financial agencies. The request was made as a requirement to finance the country's energy bill. BM y BID condicionaron desembolso de US$200 millones a destitución jefes de las Edes  - Listín Diario Digital

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