CAFTA
El Salvador | 28-Jul-2015
Luis Parada, a lawyer with the law firm Foley Hoag, is optimistic that the company, Pacific Rim, will not prevail in the proceedings.
El Salvador | 28-Jul-2015
El abogado de la firma Foley Hoag, Luis Parada, es optimista en que la empresa Pacific Rim, no ganará el litigio en el que exige a El Salvador $314 millones por no darle la concesión para extraer metales del subsuelo. Habla del avance y consecuencias que ha tenido este arbitraje para el país.
El Salvador | 24-Jul-2015
El litigio entre El Salvador y la empresa minera Pacific Rim en un tribunal en Washington ha entrado ya a su etapa final y se prevé una sentencia a favor del país, afirmó ayer Luis Parada, el abogado defensor de El Salvador.
IIED | 27-Jun-2015
Civil society organisations can play an important role in carrying and strengthening community voices in arbitration processes, by making submissions to arbitral tribunals.
IIED | 27-Jun-2015
Las organizaciones de la sociedad civil pueden desempeñar un papel importante representando y fortaleciendo las voces de las comunidades en los procesos de arbitraje, presentando escritos de alegaciones ante tribunales de arbitraje.
Public Citizen | 12-Dec-2014
The European Commission’s claim that threats posed by the investor-state dispute settlement system can be fixed by “improving” ISDS provisions in trade pacts has already been proved false, says Public Citizen
FPIF | 25-Nov-2014
Ten years after the approval of DR-CAFTA, we are seeing many of the effects that citizens who opposed the deal cautioned about., write Manuel Perez-Rocha and Julia Paley.
Public Citizen | 23-Aug-2014
Pacific Rim Mining Corp., a Canadian-based multinational firm, sought to establish a massive gold mine using water-intensive cyanide ore processing in the basin of El Salvador’s largest river, Rio Lempa.
Reuters | 4-Jun-2012
Canadian company Pacific Rim can move forward under El Salvador law with a case against that country’s government for blocking a gold mining project, but cannot file suit under a regional trade agreement, a World Bank arbitration panel ruled.
AFL-CIO | 15-Dec-2011
Tomorrow, the AFL-CIO will join the Institute for Policy Studies (IPS) and activists from a range of labor and environmental groups to converge on the World Bank headquarters in Washington, D.C., for a noon protest in opposition to a CAFTA case being brought against the Salvadoran government by Pacific Rim.

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