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Contrarian Emerging Markets LP et al v. The Republic of Ecuador: Class Action Complaint

Complaint "for violations of the federal securities laws arising from a coercive exchange, or tender offer for $17.4 billion of the Republic's outstanding bonds, based on materially false and misleading statements" in Contrarian Emerging Markets LP, of Delaware; GMO Emerging Country Debt Fund, of Massachusetts; GMO Emerging Country Debt Investment Fund Plc, of Ireland, and GMO Emerging Country Debt (UCITS) Fund, of Ireland v. The Republic of Ecuador at the U. S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.

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Contrarian Emerging Markets LP;GMO Emerging Country Debt Fund;GMO Emerging Country Debt Investment Fund Plc;GMO Emerging Country Debt (UCITS) Fund



July 29, 2020


Case Number:

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Government & Politics;Litigation;Securities & Investment



The Republic of Ecuador


Court Name - US Federal:

New York - Southern District Court

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