The Ecuador Mining industry is a fraud, according to an expert on the industry.
The industry has been in existence for nearly 40 years, but the industry’s fraudulence has become increasingly apparent over the past few years, said Dr. Fernando Gómez-López, a senior fellow at the Institute for Economic and Political Research in Bogota, Colombia.
The mining industry in Ecuador is the fifth largest in the world.
In 2016, the Ecuadorian government announced it would ban mining companies from operating for five years.
The decree did not address the fraudulently inflated price of mining.
The government has been targeting mining companies and mining companies have been doing business with mining companies, Gómesz-lópez told Business Insider.
But he said the fraudulence of the mining industry is far worse than what’s been revealed by the government.
“They’ve made it look like they’re doing the right thing, that they’re protecting the environment,” he said.
Gómesza-Lozó said the mining companies in Ecuador were in fact doing a great deal of damage to the environment.
“In fact, they’ve already done damage to our environment,” Gómsz-lozó said.
“They’re poisoning our rivers, they’re polluting our water, they are poisoning our lakes.
They are polluting the soil, and they’re poisoning the aquifers, and we’re poisoning those aquifesties.”
Gómsiz-lozer said the country’s mining industry could be as profitable as oil or gas.
“It’s just not true,” he told Business Insiders.
“You can’t just say they’re a business, you have to have a business model, you need a business.
The miners are just not a business,” he added.”
We’re the only ones that can provide jobs for the people, the poor, and the marginalized people of Ecuador.”
The industry is estimated to have around 50,000 employees, but it has only a few dozen employees.
According to Góges, most of the employees are illegal immigrants.
He said the government is targeting the illegal miners with its mining legislation, which is aimed at preventing them from bringing their families to work in the country.
Góses said the law has been used to target several other illegal mining companies.
“The laws are used to protect mining companies,” he explained.
“The mining companies are not being protected.
The companies are going through the legal process, and if the mining company is found guilty, the mining fines and fines imposed on them will be paid, and you will get to go home.”
Gomez said the legal system in Ecuador has not been able to protect the mining and extraction companies in the last few years.
“Ecuador has lost so much money in the mining sector because of the legal problems,” he continued.
“And that’s why the mining is done illegally, and that’s the reason why the laws are so hard to enforce.”
In Ecuador, the government has used the mining laws to stop mining in many places, but not in the most important parts of the country where most of Ecuador’s minerals are mined.
In 2013, the president of the National Assembly, José Antonio Gómbay, signed a law that effectively banned mining in the state of Amazonas.
The law came after a recent court ruling that said mining companies could only operate in areas that were open to mining without the government’s permission.
Gomboza-loza said the mine bans are not only a waste of time, but also an insult to the mining community.
“These people are really just the poorest people,” Gombozas said.
“And they want to say that mining is good for the environment, that mining companies help the environment in Ecuador, that miners don’t take money, that it’s not corruption, that we’re just mining,” he concluded.