Australia
The Nation | 17-jul-2017
Pakistan has rejected $11.5 billion damages claim made by the Tethyan Copper Company ltd (TCC) a joint venture between Antofagasta and Canada’s Barrick Gold Corporation in the Reko Diq case.
Mondaq | 17-jul-2017
APR Energy PLC and Nucoal have been making noise about bringing investor-state claims against Australia
BBC | 10-jul-2017
Tobacco giant Philip Morris has been ordered to pay the Australian government millions of dollars after unsuccessfully suing the nation over its world-first plain-packaging laws.
The Hill | 5-may-2017
The lack of a defined procedure under the AUSFTA is extremely prejudicial to U.S. companies and banks: chairman of APR Energy
Sydney Morning Herald | 2-may-2017
US mining company Nucoil is using a free trade agreement to put pressure on the Australian government to pay compensation over cancelled licences.
TNS | 24-abr-2017
The final amount of damages payable to TCC in the Reko Diq case may carry serious implications for future development projects in Balochistan.
Stock Market Wire | 20-abr-2017
Churchill filed an annulment application after an ICSID Tribunal granted Indonesia’s application to dismiss the company’s claims for damages following the revocation of mining licences.
The Australian | 7-abr-2017
The Thai government says it is ready to hold talks with Australian goldmining company, Kingsgate Consolidated, over the closure of its Thai mining operations last year.
Mining Weekly | 4-abr-2017
Aim-listed Churchill Mining has lodged an application to have the ICSID Tribunal’s decision to dismiss claims for damages against Indonesia
Courrier Mail | 3-abr-2017
Australian goldminer Kingsgate Consolidated is banking on free trade agreement provisions to press the Thai government to open talks over its 2016 decision to shut all gold mines.

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