Thailand
The Australian | 7-Apr-2017
The Thai government says it is ready to hold talks with Australian goldmining company, Kingsgate Consolidated, over the closure of its Thai mining operations last year.
Courrier Mail | 3-Apr-2017
Australian goldminer Kingsgate Consolidated is banking on free trade agreement provisions to press the Thai government to open talks over its 2016 decision to shut all gold mines.
SSRN | 2-Mar-2017
This paper offers the first detailed English-language analysis of international investment arbitration law and practice in Thailand.
Lexology | 26-Nov-2015
A recent Thai Cabinet resolution relaxes the restriction on arbitration clauses in some public contracts.
Bangkok Post | 4-Mar-2015
The investment chapter under the proposed TPP and the Thailand-EU FTA, if adopted, might place Thailand’s substantive ability to protect public interests at risk, warns Jakkrit Kuanpoth.
The Nation | 4-Nov-2014
The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) has said Thailand is in urgent need of an arbitration law to facilitate settlements between Thai and foreign companies, so as to increase foreign investor confidence and prepare upcoming Asean Economic Community (AEC) next year.
FTA Watch | 8-Jan-2014
A five-minute video from FTA Watch (Thailand)
Bloomberg | 3-Jul-2013
Japan Tobacco Inc., Asia’s biggest listed cigarette maker, sued the government of Thailand over a plan to increase the size of health warnings on cigarette packages, claiming the move is unconstitutional.
Bangkok Post | 6-May-2005
The Thai government must become more efficient and enact more ironclad laws in order to avoid unnecessary legal disputes with US investors once the Thailand-US free trade area (FTA) agreement takes effect, says a local researcher.