Pakistan
Business Recorder | 9-mai-2019
The Government of Pakistan has reportedly created an Escrow Account worth $ 150 million to avert a negative ruling by the international arbitration tribunal in case of M/s Kakey uriterium rental power plant
Business Recorder | 22-avr-2019
Pakistan government is reportedly in talks with the Turkish government and M/s Karkey for an out-of-court settlement to avert attachment of Pakistan’s properties in Europe
The Express Tribune | 16-avr-2019
The key suspect in the rental power plants case – Laeeq Ahmed Sheikh, who is in National Accountability Bureau’s (NAB) custody, has revealed some astonishing facts.
Express Tribune | 8-fév-2019
Pakistan said to have gathered fresh ‘evidence of corruption’ in the procurement of a rental power project (RPP) contract by the Turkish company.
Express Tribune | 29-jan-2019
Pakistan is making a last-ditch effort for an out-of-court settlement in the Reko Diq mining case, wherein the complainant company whose contract was terminated is claiming $11.43 billion in damages in an international tribunal.
Asia Times | 23-jan-2019
Pakistan may have to pay a damages claim worth $11 billion after losing the infamous Reko Diq case to an Australian mining company.
Business Recorder | 17-jan-2019
The federal cabinet is expected to approve supplementary grant of $ 1.37 million on to contest cases filed by M/s Karkey in courts of different countries as Pakistan’s assets abroad are facing "attachment" threat.
The Express Tribune | 11-déc-2018
Pakistan’s assets abroad are at risk of being taken over as a security to implement the international arbitration court’s ruling.
Express Tribune | 24-jui-2018
Due to the failure of the caretaker government to deposit Rs15 billion security guarantee, a stay order in favour of Pakistan on the execution of the $846 million arbitration cost awarded to the Turkish firm, Karkey Karadeniz Elektrik Uretim has been vacated.
Dawn | 13-jui-2018
Pakistan may be at the risk of new investment arbitration lawsuits if it formally signs an international Energy Charter Treaty (ECT) under which powerful investors have already sued other states for $35 billion at various global tribunals.

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