How ExxonMobil Uses Divide and Rule to Get Its Way in South America – CounterPunch.org

Guyana’s government used money from ExxonMobil “to meet the estimated cost in 2018 of presenting Guyana/Venezuela controversy at the International Court of Justice including payment of legal fees.” In mid-2020, the Guyanese paper Kaieteur News’ senior reporter Kiana Wilburg broke the story that the World Bank had paid $1.2 million to Hunton Andrews Kurth, a law firm long associated with ExxonMobil, to revise Guyana’s petroleum laws. More

Source: How ExxonMobil Uses Divide and Rule to Get Its Way in South America – CounterPunch.org

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