Argentina
Litigation Daily | 4-Nov-2014
The Supreme Court on Monday shunned the republic’s latest appeal in a decade-long battle with BG Group plc, a British energy company that won a $185 million arbitration ruling against Argentina under a bilateral investment treaty.
TNI | 10-Mar-2014
Corporations, backed by lawyers, use international investment agreements to scavenge for profits by suing Europe’s crisis countries.
New York Times | 25-Feb-2014
Repsol, the Spanish oil company agreed to a $5 billion compensation deal with Argentina for the seizure of the company’s operations in that country, ending a bitter two-year dispute.
CILJ | 21-Jan-2014
Given the substantial problems with the current ICSID framework and the large number of cases currently pending against Argentina, denouncing the SID Convention and leaving the ICSID is the best course for the country.
| 3-Nov-2013
Argentina has agreed to settle five separate investment treaty arbitration claims at a cost of around USD 500 million, in an historic departure from the Latin American state’s refusal to comply with awards made by international investment treaty arbitration bodies.
ATTAC Argentina | 30-Oct-2013
ATTAC Argentina declare that we reject the offer made by the Argentine government to pay 500 million dollars to five transnational corporations that sued our country before the International Centre for the Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID).
ATTAC Argentina | 4-Oct-2013
Desde ATTAC Argentina manifestamos nuestro rechazo al avance manifestado por el Gobierno argentino de pagar 500 millones de dólares a cinco empresas transnacionales que demandaron al país en el Centro Internacional de Arreglo de Diferencias sobre Inversiones (CIADI).
El Correo | 30-Aug-2013
Dans l’affaire qui oppose Repsol à l’Argentine devant le CIADI (CIRDI en français ou ICSID en anglais), tribunal arbitral de la Banque mondiale, le choix de Claus von Wobeser, comme président du Tribunal et du chilien Orrego Vicuña comme juge, a été vivement rejeté par l’Argentine.
| 10-Jul-2013
Concerns about objectivity and accountability of investment dispute arbitrators have prompted calls for tougher ethical guidelines as caseloads have exploded.
Bernama | 6-Jun-2013
Argentina’s Supreme Court revoked a US$19 billion embargo on the assets and future income of Chevron Corp.’s Argentina subsidiary, giving the US oil giant a victory in a decades-old battle with indigenous groups in Ecuador.

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