The research will cost 30 million dollars and the costs will be borne by the two entrepreneurs.
Carlos Alberto Dulanno and Carlos Eugeneio Lavin, owners of Penta, were previously convicted of tax crimes. One of the punishments they received was that they should take ethics classes.
And as of April of the following year, businessmen serving their four-year prison sentence in freedom will again be students in the course to be taught at Adolfo Ibanez University in Las Condes.
Every Friday from 4 to 13 December from 9.30 to 12.30. Students Delane and Lavin will have to approve all the modules, among which are the Applied Common Ethics, Corporate Social Responsibility and Business Ethics, taught by 15 teachers.
Research will cost $ 30 million and costs will be borne by two businessmen convicted of illegal policy funding, according to the newspaper The third.