Medio Oriente

Los Estados de Medio Oriente han concluido más de 600 tratados de comercio. A fines del 2015, se habían registrado 32 casos de arbitraje internacional que involucran a países de la región.

Turquía ha sido el más activo, siendo demandado en 11 ocasiones y cuyos inversores han iniciado 19 litigios.

(enero de 2016)

Reuters | 9-dic-2015
Egypt said on Sunday it would appeal an order by international arbitrators to pay $1.76 billion in compensation to state-owned Israel Electric Corp for halting gas supplies.
Jeune Afrique | 8-dic-2015
L’Egypte a été condamnée à payer 1,76 milliard de dollars (1,61 milliard d’euros) d’indemnités à la Compagnie d’électricité d’Israël (CEI)
Times of India | 7-nov-2015
Two UAE firms are claiming Rs 5 lakh crore ($85billion) as compensation, perhaps the highest arbitration demand in India’s history.
Korea Times | 23-jul-2015
Samsung Engineering said that it filed an international arbitration complaint against the Oman government earlier this week over an oil refinery plant deal worth $1 billion.
Zawya | 11-may-2015
Foreign investment is crucial for reviving Egypt’s economy, but a new report reveals it can come at a considerable cost, writes Stefan Weichert
Korea Herald | 4-may-2015
The Dutch company will file an ISDS application against the Korean government, should the authorities refuse to pay 183.5 billion won ($169.9 million) in tax refund.
HIC-HLRN | 1ro-abr-2015
In many cases, international investment agreements have the purpose and/or effect of hijacking the international human rights system.
Lexology | 29-oct-2014
The Islamic Republic of Iran has won its first ever investor-state arbitration in a decision against Turkish mobile phone company, Turkcell.
Politics.hu | 3-oct-2014
An ICSID arbitration panel rules in favour of Hungary against US/Israeli investors seeking €300 million in compensation for a failed casino project.
Reuters | 28-abr-2014
The Qatar-based satellite network Al Jazeera served Egypt with a $150 million compensation claim on Monday for what it said was damage to its business inflicted by Cairo’s military rulers, a step likely to worsen Qatari-Egyptian relations.

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