Moyen Orient

Les pays du Moyen Orient ont conclu plus de 600 traités commerciaux. Fin 2015, 32 arbitrages ISDS concernant des pays de cette région avaient été déclarés.

La Turquie a été le pays le plus actif, ayant été ciblée onze fois et dont les investisseurs ont initié 19 litiges.

(janvier 2016)

The Age | 22-jui-2019
Australian company planned was to mine tantulum, but seventeen years later, the company is suing the Egyptian government for potentially hundreds of millions of dollars after the military regime blocked plans.
The National | 15-jui-2019
Logistics and warehousing company is seeking to settle by arbitration a $380m dispute.
Yahoo | 15-jui-2019
Agility soutient que le gouvernement irakien a refusé à Agility et à ses filiales la possibilité de contester la décision incorrecte de la Commission des médias et des communications d’annuler son investissement dans Korek Telecom.
Gulf Times | 17-jui-2019
Qatar International Court and Dispute Resolution Center (QICDRC) on Sunday entered into a pact with a World Bank body as part of plans to enhance its profile in the global judicial system and establish itself as a hub for dispute resolution.
Reuters | 19-avr-2019
Oman’s sovereign wealth fund has withdrawn an 80 million euro claim against Bulgaria over the collapse of Corporate Commercial Bank (Corpbank), the Bulgarian finance ministry said.
MENAFN | 26-mar-2019
British Petroceltic announced filing an arbitration case against the Egyptian General Petroleum Corporation (EGPC) at the World Bank Group’s ICSID.
MENAFN | 20-fév-2019
The Spanish Union Fenosa Gas (UFG) denies media reports that any settlement has been reached with Egypt in regard to the $2 billion dispute about the gas supply to the Damietta Liquefied Natural Gas plant.
Business Korea | 20-fév-2019
Iran’s Dayyani group started a procedure to seize the South Korean government’s assets in the Netherlands after winning its investor-state dispute against it. This is the first time that such a procedure has been initiated against the South Korean government.
Jeune Afrique | 16-jan-2019
En mai, le Cirdi a débouté Veolia mais le groupe français assure vouloir poursuivre son action au Caire afin que sa filiale puisse être dûment indemnisée.

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