Stock Market Wire | 31-Mar-2017
Churchill Mining says it continues to pursue its $1.315bn claim against the Republic of Indonesia in relation to the revocation of its licenses at the East Kutai Coal Project.
IISD | 24-Mar-2017
The tribunal considered all claims inadmissible, ordering the claimants to bear all arbitration costs and to reimburse 75 per cent of Indonesia’s legal expenses.
Jakarta Post | 23-Feb-2017
International arbitration within the investor-state-dispute settlement (ISDS) mechanism has become a powerful weapon exploited by MNCs to circumvent national regulations and bully governments
Antara News | 22-Feb-2017
The Indonesian Institute for Global Justice has asked the government to consistently apply the state regulation number 4 of 2009 and ignore Freeports threat to bring its legal dispute with the government to the International Court of Arbitration.
Jakarta Post | 20-Feb-2017
In its latest move to settle a dispute over mining policy, the government has challenged United States mining giant Freeport McMoran to go to an international arbitration tribunal for a fair result.
Reuters | 20-Feb-2017
U.S. mining giant Freeport warned it could take the Indonesian government to arbitration and seek damages over a contractual dispute that has halted operations at the world’s second-biggest copper mine.
Stock Market Wire | 31-Jan-2017
Churchill Mining continues to see whether there are grounds to seek a revision of annulment of costs awarded against the company.
Jakarta Post | 15-Dec-2016
The Indonesian government should stick to its policy of removing the investor-state dispute-settlement (ISDS) mechanism from its bilateral investment or trade treaties.
ABC News | 8-Dec-2016
A new report finds that corporations have launched 50 lawsuits, worth at least $US31 billion, using secret international arbitration tribunals against 11 countries in the Asian region.
Digital Look | 7-Dec-2016
A tribunal has struck out a claim by Churchill Mining for damages after Indonesia’s government revoked its licence for a coal project.

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