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Eleve | 23-Jun-2017
El Estado argentino enfrenta su primer juicio en el exterior por la nacionalización de las AFJP.

IISD | 23-Jun-2017
The Energy Charter Secretariat is in expansion mode, wanting to gain access to energy resources in Africa and Asia for its current—mostly developed country—members, and extending a far-reaching (and outdated) investment protection system to investments in resource-rich countries.
Newburgh Gazette | 23-Jun-2017
Chevron is victorious after the Supreme Court declined to hear a case made against the company by a NY lawyer representing Ecuadorian villagers.
National Law Review | 23-Jun-2017
Venezuela is taking its fight over a $1.4 billion arbitral award to the District of Columbia’s federal court of appeals.
Lexology | 22-Jun-2017
The Revised Mining Charter 2017 could, in respect of certain provisions thereto, result in BIT guarantees for qualifying foreign investors being infringed.
Kapitalis | 21-Jun-2017
L’Etat tunisiens a intérêt à négocier et à accepter une solution à l’amiable de son litige avec l’ABCI à propos de la BFT. Car le verdict du Cirdi risque d’être financièrement douloureux.
ISDS Blog | 21-Jun-2017
It is still unclear what the withdrawal from the global climate deal really means, but some lawyers are already saying that the decision might lead to international arbitration claims against the US.
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