Australia
Alter Infos | 4-nov-2016
Au terme de sept ans d’un processus d’arbitrage lancé par Oceana Gold le différend a été tranché en faveur de l’État salvadorien.
The Guardian | 25-oct-2016
Threat of action from multinationals one of the ‘enormous risks’ Australia faces if trade deal is ratified, GetUp says
The Guardian | 11-oct-2016
Lawyer for Philip Morris’s bid to take Australia to court over cigarette laws says Australia has nothing to fear from trade deals that allow investor-state disputes
The Economist | 13-ago-2016
Three years ago, the government of Togo received a letter from Philip Morris International outlining how plain packaging would violate binding global and regional agreements.
East Asia Forum | 4-jul-2016
Public debate over how best to manage the interests of foreign investors and host states has resurfaced in Australia.
Sidney Morning Herald | 27-jun-2016
Australian governments of late seem only to listen to the din of money as though that equates with national interest.
The Guardian | 8-jun-2016
Provision allows firms to sue in international tribunal if laws introduced or changed that hurt their interests.
The Guardian | 8-jun-2016
ALP says it will try to change three major agreements that allow corporations to sue if they think a government has damaged their interests
ICTSD | 26-may-2016
The tribunal considered that the main and determinative reason for the 2011 restructuring was in order for the tobacco giant to bring a legal claim under the BIT Treaty, using a Hong Kong-based entity.
Health Canal | 19-may-2016
“Despite the losses and defeats, tobacco companies will keep coming back for more. They will fight on regardless in order to delay and disrupt the rollout of the World Health Organization’s best-practice tobacco control measures,”

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