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Ecojustice | 23-Feb-2017
What makes ISDS divisive is it exposes governments to potentially expensive private arbitration by foreign corporations who feel that environmental protection measures impede their business.

Lexology | 23-Feb-2017
The latest award on jurisdiction conflicts with the ruling of a Dutch court which overturned an earlier award of US$50 billion in favour of the former majority shareholders of Yukos.
Jakarta Post | 23-Feb-2017
International arbitration within the investor-state-dispute settlement (ISDS) mechanism has become a powerful weapon exploited by MNCs to circumvent national regulations and bully governments
S2B | 23-Feb-2017
Posición de la red S2B sobre la propuesta de la Comisión Europea relativa a un mecanismo multilateral para la solución de controversias entre inversores y Estados (ISDS)
Tele Sur | 23-Feb-2017
Over 280 organizations from around the world sent an open letter to Canadian-Australian mining giant OceanaGold demanding that the company adhere to an earlier ruling that ordered the company to pay the government of El Salvador US$8 million
Akipress | 22-Feb-2017
The Paris Appeals Court annuled $16.5 million award for Latvian businessman Valeri Belokon and reinstated the evidence that Manas Bank employees were engaged in money laundering.
The Globe and Mail | 22-Feb-2017
A New York-based energy company is asking the Ontario Superior Court to enforce a $28-million award against the Canadian and Ontario governments that it received under a NAFTA arbitration.
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