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Korea Times | 18-avr-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.
The Wire | 15-mar-2019
Free trade agreements like the RCEP will infringe on India’s intellectual property laws. India must stand its ground in the interest of public health.
L’Usine Santé | 14-mar-2019
Ces dernières années marquent l’intérêt grandissant des sociétés pharmaceutiques internationales pour l’arbitrage à l’encontre d’États.
Pulse | 5-mar-2019
The Korea government may face another investor-state dispute case from the Chinese capital if the license is called off.
Peoples Dispatch | 19-nov-2018
Multinational corporations are suing countries for using generic versions of life saving medicines.
Slovak Spectator | 9-nov-2018
The German Supreme Court dismissed the original arbitration decision against Slovakia concerning the ban on health-insurance companies’ profits.
The Guardian | 2-jui-2018
Two years after an FOI claim was lodged, the price of the six-year fight with Philip Morris has been revealed
Info Justice | 31-mai-2018
Investor-State Dispute Settlement (ISDS) poses significant challenges in respect of tobacco control, public health, human rights, and sustainable development.

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