ExxonMobil Not Finished With Venezuelan Arbitration; Could Win $7 Billion
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ExxonMobil Not Finished With Venezuelan Arbitration; Could Win $7 Billion

Maracaibo : Venezuela | Jan 03, 2012 at 9:54 AM PST
Source: International Business Times
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A certain portion was already credited in the form of debt relief and the remaining $746.9 million could be paid out in the form of cash, further debt relief, or $305 million held in U.S. courts, said Patrick McGinn, a spokesperson for ExxonMobil. Chavez's government seized the company's assets when... FULL ARTICLE AT International Business Times
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