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IISD | 16-Apr-2020
Governments are facing an imminent threat of investor–state arbitration as they take difficult decisions to support public health systems in a time of severe economic stress.
Kluwer Arbitration Blog | 9-Apr-2020
States around the world have taken a variety of measures seeking to stem the spread of COVID-19. It is likely that some foreign investors may seek relief and/or compensation for any losses resulting from State measures.
EJIL:Talk! | 2-Apr-2020
Allegedly arbitrary or disproportionate measures, albeit in the public interest, provide regular grist for the mill of investment treaty arbitration.
Hindustan Times | 2-Apr-2020
In order to halt the spread of the coronavirus pandemic (Covid-19) and to boost the public health care system and preparedness, India has taken several regulatory steps.
Procuraduría General del Estado - Bolivia | 5-Mar-2020
En abril de 2019, Futuro de Bolivia AFP S.A notificó a Bolivia sobre la existencia de una controversia en el marco de los acuerdos de inversión que el Estado suscribió con la Confederación Suiza y con el Reino de Suecia.
La Libre | 5-Jul-2019
Le combat pour défendre l’intérêt public, dont font partie la santé, l’environnement et les conditions dignes de travail, doit être mené à chaque fois qu’un traité de commerce international et de protection des investissements est annoncé.
EPHA | 3-Jun-2019
The tobacco industry has a long history of using international trade deals to force their products into new markets.
Korea Times | 18-Apr-2019
The Jeju provincial government has revoked the business license of a Chinese-owned for-profit hospital. The Chinese group may file a suit against the Korean government, using the investor-state dispute settlement system.
The Conversation | 27-Mar-2019
Philip Morris, a US company, moved ownership of its Australian operations to Hong Kong to take advantage of ISDS in an Australia-Hong Kong investment treaty.
AFTINET | 22-Mar-2019
It has taken a second FOI case and another two years to reveal that Australian taxpayers were only awarded half of the costs of defending Australia’s tobacco plain packaging laws against tobacco giant Philip Morris in March 2017.

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