CAFTA
Lexology | 2-Jan-2023
In a settlement agreement, Guatemala agreed to pay approximately US$46 million to Teco Holdings LLC, in order to conclude the investment arbitration that the company filed against Guatemala in November 2010.
CIAR Global | 19-Dec-2022
A principios de noviembre de 2022, el Grupo Próspera informó de la reclamación de 10.775 millones de dólares por daños y perjuicios ante la eliminación de las ZEDE.
Inequality.org | 6-Dec-2022
Local resisters are calling for a different economic model — one that prioritizes clean water and soil, healthy communities, peace, dignity, and self-determination.
Soy 502 | 21-Nov-2022
El Gobierno de Guatemala y la empresa Teco Holdings finalizarán el proceso de arbitraje que lleva más de diez años.
Prospera | 10-Nov-2022
In accordance with the Dominican Republic–Central America–United States Free Trade Agreement, Honduras Próspera Inc. and its affiliates submit to the Republic of Honduras this written notice of their intention to submit claims to arbitration.
Proceso Digital | 4-Nov-2022
"En septiembre recibimos notificación de la nota que entregó ZEDE. El tema es que a más tardar el 16 de diciembre tienen que meter solicitud e iniciar el arbitraje", el ministro de la Secretaría de Desarrollo Económico dijo.
The Real News Network | 3-Nov-2022
US senators argue that abolishing special economic zones known as ZEDEs would violate the provisions of CAFTA-DR, including the provision ensuring “fair and equitable treatment and full protection and security.”
Sierra Nevada Ally | 28-Jul-2022
However, locals feel latent tension that the imminent consultation process or the arbitration suit could revive earlier threats, violence, and legal persecution from company employees and contractors.
CIAR Global | 18-May-2022
La cementera estadounidense Sargeant Petroleum ha presentado un arbitraje de inversiones contra República Dominicana por un contrato de concesión de materiales asfálticos.
bnamericas | 18-May-2022
Mining companies are continuing to face political and community headwinds in Guatemala, as authorities push on with consultations needed to lift suspensions that have crippled the industry in recent years.

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