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)

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Oman’s sovereign wealth fund has withdrawn an 80 million euro claim against Bulgaria over the collapse of Corporate Commercial Bank (Corpbank), the Bulgarian finance ministry said.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.
Daily News Egypt | 7-jan-2019
Compensation of partners to stop pumping of gas to Damietta LNG Plant with part of revenue.
Argentina Mejor Sin TLC | 28-déc-2018
El Tratado mantiene amplios derechos para los inversores, incluidos algunos de los que usan con más frecuencia para demandar a los Estados : Trato Justo y Equitativo, la Expropiación Indirecta, el Trato Nacional y el Trato de Nación Más Favorecida.
Cambridge International Law Journal | 20-nov-2018
A reasonable ICSID Tribunal would have followed the paths of previous arbitral decisions in determining the liability of a host state under the Full Protection and Security obligation, the Ampal Tribunal did not.

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