mining
Reuters | 21-Feb-2018
International mining companies are lobbying Kabila not to sign the new code, saying the proposed changes would discourage investment and violate existing agreements. Randgold has threatened to challenge the law through international arbitration.
Bloomberg | 19-Feb-2018
Randgold is considering launching international arbitration if Congolese President gives his assent to the legislation.
London South East | 19-Feb-2018
Churchill Mining updated the market on the progress made in its attempts to annul an international tribunal’s award against it.
La Tribune Afrique | 9-Feb-2018
Plusieurs sociétés minières internationales réclament 3,3 milliards de dollars au Kenya auprès du Centre international pour le règlement des différends relatifs aux investissements.
Express Tribune | 8-Feb-2018
As a National Accountability Bureau inquiry into alleged embezzlement in Reko Diq case remains on hold, various stakeholders made contradictory claims before the Public Accounts Committee about people who could be blamed for any corruption in the deal.
Business Daily | 8-Feb-2018
Global mining firms want Kenya compelled to pay Sh334 billion as compensation for cancelling their licences.
Business Day | 7-Feb-2018
International mining companies, which include Randgold, Glencore and China Molybdenum, have said they will challenge the new law through international arbitration, and are lobbying Kabila not to sign it.
Sierra Club | 29-Jan-2018
Environmental groups in court to intervene in NAFTA tribunal overstep NAFTA tribunal exceeded its jurisdiction when it made determination on what a Canadian environmental assessment panel can decide, groups say.
Lexology | 29-Jan-2018
This post discusses the disagreement between Karl-Heinz Bockstiegel (the president of the tribunal) and Michael Pryles, and Prof. Philippe Sands QC, on the assessment of damages.
CBC | 29-Jan-2018
Ruling found that New Jersey company was wrongly prevented from opening quarry and terminal.

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