The French owners of Séché Environnement acquired a Chilean company run by a Spanish citizen. The new owners decided to dismiss their European counterpart, alleging that Spanish nationality represented an insurmountable cultural problem for the new owners, after which it was directed by French executives. This case marks a milestone in Chilean judicial history as it is the first of racism and discrimination; on the one hand, between foreigners, and on the other, against the CEO of a transnational corporation

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