finance | banking | taxes
Business Standard | 23-May-2018
India may not accept international arbitration orders annulling tax demands on British firms Vodafone Plc and Cairn Energy.
Indian Express | 21-May-2018
The tribunal, headed by Sir Franklin Berman, will hear the government’s objection to tax matters being covered under the Netherlands-India Bilateral Investment Treaty.
The Wire | 9-May-2018
In the order, Justice Manmohan, however, noted that the Centre could approach the UK arbitration tribunal under the BIPA for its grievances.
Defi Media | 26-Apr-2018
Quantum Global menace de recourir à un arbitrage international si le contentieux avec les autorités locales n’est pas résolu dans un délai de six mois.
Reuters | 20-Apr-2018
Investors holding billions of dollars in defaulted Venezuelan bonds have formed at least one bondholder committee, which could signal an eventual legal dispute similar to the dispute with Argentina after it defaulted on its sovereign debt in early 2002.
IATP | 11-Apr-2018
The financial industry’s demands for a “modernized” financial services chapter of the North American Free Trade Agreement have been overlooked
Defi Media | 9-Apr-2018
La double nationalité de Dawood Rawat lui prive de l’opportunité de saisir le tribunal de la Cour permanente d’arbitrage pour réclamer des dommages d’un milliard de dollars américains à l’état mauricien.
Kluwer Arbitration Blog | 3-Apr-2018
The Swiss Federal Supreme Court confirmed its statutory restraint in reviewing arbitral awards and rejected the host state’s request to set aside the award for violating substantive public policy.
Times of India | 22-Mar-2018
A week after Japanese automaker Nissan hinted at the scope of an amicable solution, the Tamil Nadu government insisted that the Madras high court hear its plea to stall the international arbitration initiated by company.
Indian Express | 19-Mar-2018
The Madras High Court was told that the Tamil Nadu government was holding “talks” with Japanese automaker Nissan, predictably for an amicable settlement.

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