Sweden
WirtschaftsWoche | 22-Jan-2020
The energy company Vattenfall is demanding compensation from the Federal Republic of Germany. The costs for the arbitration proceedings could exceed 20 million euros this year.
Romania Insider | 16-Dec-2019
The Government took this decision to unlock the accounts of Romania’s air control company Romatsa, frozen by the Miculas.
Handelsgranskaren | 13-Dec-2019
For the first time, Sweden has recieved a notice of arbitration for banning the exploration and mining of uranium.
Stock Market Wire | 12-Nov-2019
Aura Energy lodged a claim against Sweden to recover the losses incurred from the Haggan uranium project following the country’s decision to ban uranian mining.
Romania Insider | 20-Jun-2019
The European Court of Justice on June 18 canceled a European Commission decision dating 2015, which established that Romania’s payment of compensation to Romanian-Swedish investors Ioan and Viorel Micula constituted illegal state aid. The European Commission also ordered the Romanian Government to recover the money already paid to the investors following an international court’s decision.
Medias24 | 30-Oct-2018
Corral demande des dédommagements mais n’a pas encore précisé le montant.
Reuters | 5-Sep-2018
A US arbitration court has rejected a German government petition that said the panel had no right to rule on a damages claim by Sweden’s Vattenfall. Berlin cited a ruling by the Court of Justice of the European Union.
Deutsch Welle | 24-May-2018
The German cabinet has confirmed that two utilities operating in Germany are entitled to compensation for losses stemming from the country’s nuclear phaseout. The move is in line with an earlier top court ruling.
Basta | 11-May-2018
« L’Allemagne a toujours affirmé, depuis le début de cette procédure, qu’elle jugeait la plainte de Vattenfall irrecevable », a précisé le gouvernement allemand.
Reuters | 9-May-2018
Swedish utility Vattenfall has no legal grounds to ask a US arbitration court if it can claim 4.7 billion euros from Berlin for forcing it to halt nuclear production, the German government has said.

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