Thailand
Bangkok Post | 1-Apr-2019
The Australian mining company Kingsgate Consolidated, armed with a US$55-million insurance payout for the closure of its gold mine in Thailand, says it now has the financial means to pursue its arbitration case against the Thai government.
Australian Mining | 19-Mar-2019
Kingsgate has been fighting the Thai Government and its insurers over the cancelled Chatree goldmine after it was denied renewal of its metallurgical licence.
Bangkok Post | 24-Jul-2018
The Thai government is about to enter a trade deal that could seriously harm the reform agenda and deprive communities of the ability to make decisions for fear of violating investors’ rights.
Irasia | 10-Nov-2017
The purpose of this release is to introduce the team, and to briefly describe the two claims and the processes to be followed in prosecuting each claim.
Mining | 4-Nov-2017
Chatree mine’s operator, Australia’s Kingsgate Consolidated said that it would commence arbitration under the Thailand-Australia Free Trade Agreement
The Nation | 1-Sep-2017
FTA Watch warns that Thailand would most certainly lose an arbitral tribunal process regarding allegations that it violated the Thailand-Australia Free Trade Agreement, exposing the country to huge losses due to claims for compensation.
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.

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