Alberto Quevedo-Toro, Ambassador of Ecuador to the United States: Ecuador Policies on Oil, 1974
In Copley Formal Lounge. Ambassador Quevedo-Toro begins by referencing Harold Bradley, S.J., describing him as "a real friend of my country." Issues touched upon include the energy crisis and the need to restructure world markets. An audience question-and-answer session begins around the 23 minute 34 second mark.
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