CIRDI
http://ita.law.uvic.ca/alphabetical... | 5-aoû-2005
Another international arbitral tribunal has weighed in on the question as to whether “Most-Favored Nation” treatment offers foreign investors access to more favorable dispute resolution options found in other treaties.
Znet | 16-jui-2005
Bolivia faces an impending lawsuit for cancelling the water contract with Aguas del Illimani, the private consortium controlled by majority shareholder Suez. Thanks to a bilateral investment treaty signed between France and Bolivia, Suez has the right to sue the Bolivian government for breach of contract.
The Zimbabwean | 16-mai-2005
About 1 500 commercial farmers who have had their land forcibly and sometimes violently seized by Robert Mugabe’s government have taken their case to international arbitration.
Forbes | 13-mai-2005
The Argentine government said it will try to annul a ruling by the World Bank’s International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) in favour of US company CMS Energy Corp.
Financial Times | 19-avr-2005
Romania’s past treatment of foreign investors may soon come back to haunt its new government and an economic plan agreed with Brussels ahead of membership of the European Union. A World Bank arbitration panel, the Icsid, is expected to rule in coming weeks on a lawsuit seeking $350m (€270m, £180m) from the state brought by Noble Ventures, an American investment group.
| 10-fév-2005
El Centro de Estudios Legales y Sociales, la Asociación por la Igualdad y la Justicia, Consumidores Libres Cooperativa Ltda. de Provisión de Servicios de Acción Comunitaria, la Unión de Usuarios y Consumidores, y el Centro para el Derecho Internacional Ambiental se presentaron en calidad de Amicus Curiae, en la causa de Aguas Argentinas/Suez contra el Estado argentino.
| 22-sep-2004
Decision of ICSID Tribunal (July 17, 2003) in regard to objections to jurisdiction in CMS Gas Transmission Company vs The Republic of Argentina. CMS bases its claim against Argentina on a 1991 Argentina-US Bilateral Investment Treaty (BIT).
Vannessa drops all Las Cristinas Venezuelan appeals | 2-aoû-2004
In order to meet the requirements to submit its Las Cristanas dispute to international arbitration, junior explorationist Vanessa Ventures [VV] of Calgary, Alberta, has dropped five appeals to Venezuela’s Supreme Tribunal of Justice.

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