Pakistan
The News | 16-Dec-2016
Pakistan favours the resolution of trade disputes through established multilateral settlement systems instead of ad-hoc tribunals, an official said.
The Express Tribune | 5-Aug-2016
An international tribunal announced that it holds Agility Public Warehousing Company of Kuwait liable to pay the entire costs incurred by Pakistan in defending a claim for more than $650 million filed against it by Agility.
Business Recorder | 4-Aug-2016
International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes has completed hearing on a dispute between Government of Pakistan and a Turkish firm M/s Karkey Karadeniz Elektrik Uretim A.S.
Business Recorder | 7-Sep-2015
The Board of Investment (BoI) has given final touches to a Bilateral Investment Treaty (BIT) template, which will replace the existing treaties with different countries. Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) mediation would be made compulsory.
| 13-Aug-2015
We have been hearing news of the Pakistan government’s efforts to reach a settlement with the Tethyan Copper Company (TCC) in connection with the Reko Diq matter involving copper and gold reserves worth billions of dollars.
Dawn | 13-Mar-2015
The Board of Investment is working on Pakistan’s own template of a bilateral investment treaty, which will replace the existing treaties with different countries. And all the future ones will be negotiated on the new template.
Express Tribune | 13-Mar-2015
Pakistan has rejected the United States’ proposed draft of a Bilateral Investment Treaty (BIT) between the two countries, saying the acceptance of the US template would carry ‘dangerous obligations’ for the country.
Dawn | 2-Mar-2015
Pakistan’s Board of Investment is working on Pakistan’s own template of a bilateral investment treaty, which will replace previous treaties and serve as basis for new ones.
The News | 16-Feb-2015
Pakistan Finance minister says the government will review its existing bilateral investment treaties and develop a template for future ones.
| 18-Dec-2014
The Nawaz Sharif government is in an unnecessary haste to settle and pay millions, possibly billions, of dollars as compensation for the Reko Diq gold and copper mines to a discredited and ousted Canadian-Chilean mining consortium, a decision if made may resemble the infamous circular debt payment of Rs500 billion in the early days of the PML-N government.

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