Posted On 10 Mar 2017
Rodrigo Tacla, an accountant at Odebrecht, would be willing to disclose information about the negotiations of the Brazilian construction company, including those of the Metro of Quito. This was published in the digital edition of the newspapers El Pais and El Confidencial de España and proven from Panama by the news agencies ACAN and EFE, also points out that the multinational company, accused of bribing officials, would end up splashing Spanish construction companies with partners in Latin America, according to statements of journalists Juan Oneto and Manuel Cerdán.
The Quito Metro is built by a consortium of companies made up of Odebrecht of Brazil and Acciona of Spain. After revealing the global scandal of bribes and financing of electoral campaigns, the Brazilian company managed the transfer of its shares to its Spanish counterpart.