|For many decades Hondurans enjoyed the services provided by great oil companies: Chevron, Shell, Texaco and ExxonMobil.
Although the Honduran market have always been minuscule, those companies competed among themselves in Honduras with
pride and loyalty, and took care of giving the country unfailing supply and the best possible quality of products and services –all
at maximum prices established by the Honduran Government, decade after decade. But, between 2006 and 2012, the Honduras
Government kicked those companies out of Honduras.
Now, similarly, there are risks that the great airlines which now serve Honduras may eventually be discouraged too by senseless
actions and attitudes of the Government and be forced to desert Honduras too.
I am sorry this question must be asked: Would key people in the Honduran Government have some understanding and enough
appreciation for what comes from company experience and fair market competition? What some people in the Government have
clearly shown is that they act as if they believed they knew more than ExxonMobil (the world´s largest company in its business
area) knows about oil supply and more than American Airlines (the world´s largest company in its business area) knows about