Canada
S2B | 15-Sep-2011
On Monday 12 September the General Affairs Council approved negotiating mandates for investment protection chapters in free trade agreements with Canada, India and Singapore.
Terra | 29-Jun-2011
La minera canadiense Bear Creek Mining anunció que recurrirá al TLC entre el Perú y Canadá para defender la inversión y continuidad del proyecto minero Santa Ana.
| 28-Jun-2011
Pacific Rim is suing the Salvadoran government in an international investment court, one of scores of cases in recent years in which frustrated oil, gas and mining investors, using provisions of trade agreements, have sought to recoup losses from mostly developing countries.
| 27-Jun-2011
Canada’s Bear Creek Mining Corp. is threatening a legal challenge against Peru after its mining rights were revoked in a move that raises the risk for other resource companies doing business in the mineral-blessed South American country.
CCPA | 23-Mar-2011
Why should a provincial government be punished for doing the right thing?
| 3-Dec-2010
With the upcoming meeting of the Committee on Internal Trade (CIT) ministers in Saskatoon on December 3, a wide cross-section of Canadian civil society groups are urging governments to deny corporations the right to sue the provinces and territories under the Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT) as requested by a coalition of business groups this week.
Market Watch | 29-Sep-2010
Gold Reserve’s claim alleges violations of three provisions of the Canada-Venezuela BIT culminating in the effective expropriation of Gold Reserve’s investments in the Brisas gold/copper project and the Choco 5 gold property.
AFP | 29-Sep-2010
Le groupe minier américano-canadien Gold Reserve Inc a annoncé mardi qu’il cherchait à obtenir plus de 1,9 milliard de dollars de compensations du Venezuela pour l’expropriation de ses mines dans ce pays.
| 25-Aug-2010
Premier Danny Williams says the Newfoundland and Labrador government will not share the $130-million settlement the federal government made with AbitibiBowater.
| 11-Aug-2010
In a decision with implications for the national sovereignty of member states under US trade pacts, a World Bank tribunal has approved a Canadian mining company’s controversial lawsuit against the government of El Salvador.

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