India
Natural Gas World | 24-Oct-2018
South Korean utility Korea Western Power Company (Kowepo) has begun arbitration proceedings against India for not honoring a fuel supply commitment to a gas-based power plant that it part-owns in western India
Herbert Smith Freehills | 19-Sep-2018
An UNCITRAL arbitral tribunal has reportedly dismissed a US$36 million claim by a French investor, Louis Dreyfus Armateurs SAS (“LDA“), against India under the 1997 France-India bilateral investment treaty.
Business Standard | 10-Sep-2018
In a bid to fast-track the deal, most nations have agreed to ease the investor-state-dispute settlement (ISDS) clauses.
Financial Express | 5-Sep-2018
New Delhi won’t not take additional commitment on intellectual property rights beyond the TRIPS agreement it has already accepted at the WTO; investor-state dispute settlement (ISDS) mechanism only for limited sectors.
Brookings Institution | 1-Aug-2018
India’s Model BIT is "pro-state with limited rights to foreign investors" according to the US thinktank Brookings
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.
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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