Recent declarations made by members of the newly elected government of Ecuador reveal a reversal of its predecessor’s decision to denounce and withdrawal from the ICSID Convention, as well as all of Ecuador’s bilateral investment treaties
Ecuador pagará una indeminzación de USD 337 millones a la petrolera estadounidense Burlington, cuyo contrato fue dado por terminado en 2010, para zanjar un litigio de casi una década, informó este lunes la Procuraduría General ecuatoriana.
The withdrawal of Ecuador from these BITs responds to the final stage of a review process that started in 2008, and which had led to the establishment of a joint government-civil society audit commission.
El acuerdo de inversión, conocido como Tratado sobre la Carta de la Energía, somete la soberanía de los Estados a los intereses económicos de las grandes corporaciones e impide ir hacia la transición energética.
Negotiators representing 16 countries have been tasked with arriving at an agreement on the controversial Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership by October 19 but trade unions say the deal has grave consequences.
Organisations representing millions of Australians wrote to Labor MPs last week asking them to implement their policies against harmful proposals including special rights for foreign investors to sue governments for millions over domestic laws.