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Express Tribune | 14-may-2018
The company exaggerated its future profits by underrating tax and royalty obligations by as much as 61 per cent, officials said.
The Nation | 20-mar-2018
Pakistan has been an observer to the Energy Charter Treaty (ECT) since 2005 and has subsequently indicated its intention to become a full member.
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.
Express Tribune | 22-ene-2018
The TCC tribunal failure did not reflect an internal failure on the part of Pakistan’s state apparatus as much as it did the hegemonic nature of the global BIT regime that developing countries have been subjected to by the West.
Express Tribune | 2-ene-2018
The government has spent over Rs2 billion to win a case in the international court over the acquisition of assets of Progas Pakistan Limited company – worth Rs2.3 billion.
Express Tribune | 15-dic-2017
Last year, Pakistan won a case against the UK-based shareholder of Progas Pakistan in the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes.
The Express Tribune | 13-nov-2017
Pakistan has successfully gotten a stay order from the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) over the execution of an $800 million award to Karkey Karadeniz Elektrik Uretim (Karkey).
Business Recorder | 16-oct-2017
The government of Pakistan would not be made liable for private investor disputes. Alternative dispute resolution mediation would be made compulsory, while foreign arbitrators would be decided in advance through consensus.
The Express Tribune | 2-oct-2017
Senior government officials have claimed that the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) overlooked Pakistan’s claim of corruption while deciding in favour of Karkey Karadeniz Elektrik Uretim over a rental power project (RPP) dispute.
The Express Tribune | 23-sep-2017
The arbitral tribunal of the World Bank’s International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) has rendered an arbitral award of $700 million against Pakistan.

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