The Saturday Paper | 2-Oct-2023
Clive Palmer’s move to sue the government in a secretive international tribunal highlights the need to amend Australia’s trade policy to prevent claims that could hamper emissions reduction efforts.
Proactive | 28-Sep-2023
A writ will be pursued by Panthera for alleged breaches by India of the Bilateral Investment Treaty with Australia, the company said in a statement.
Ecofin | 20-Jul-2023
Le CIRDI a condamné l’État tanzanien à verser 76,7 millions $ à titre de dommages à Indiana Resources pour l’avoir illégalement exproprié du projet de nickel Ntaka Hill.
The East African | 20-Jul-2023
The International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes has ordered Tanzania to pay more than $109 million to a group of companies fronted by Australian miner Indiana Resources Ltd in compensation for the controversial 2018 expropriation of a nickel mine project in Tanzania.
The Guardian | 11-Jul-2023
Clive Palmer’s Zeph Investment’s second case against Australia is a $41.3bn claim that it breached the Asean free trade agreement in relation to coal exploration permits, it has emerged.
The Guardian | 12-May-2023
Palmer’s Zeph Investments could receive compensation if successful in second and potential third dispute beyond existing $296bn case.
Clyde & Co | 24-Apr-2023
The decision recognised and enforced an ICSID arbitration award obtained by a renewable energy investor against the Spanish Government for €101 million.
Simple Flying | 18-Apr-2023
Australian-based exploration company Indiana Resources has threatened to attach one of Air Tanzania’s aircraft to force the Tanzanian government to pay nearly $100 million as compensation for a failed nickel project.
The Conversation | 4-Apr-2023
Australian business figure Clive Palmer is suing the Australian government for almost A$300 billion in an international tribunal, having lost a case against the Western Australian government he took all the way to the High Court.
The Guardian | 30-Mar-2023
Clive Palmer’s Singapore-based company Zeph Investments is suing Australia for $296bn, enlisting the help of former attorney general Christian Porter in a landmark case arguing a breach of the Asean free trade deal.