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Argus | 14-dic-2018
Former Canadian mining company Crystallex has resumed efforts to auction shares of Venezuelan-controlled US refiner Citgo and accused Caracas of breaching an earlier settlement to stave off the sale.
Bloomberg | 27-nov-2018
Venezuela made an partial payment of a settlement designed to resolve a $1.2 billion arbitration award to a bankrupt Canadian gold miner that’s laying claim to the assets of the parent of refiner Citgo Holding Inc. if it’s not paid in full.
Mining.com | 26-nov-2018
The Hague-based Permanent Court of Arbitration has awarded South American Silver $18.7 million for amounts invested and another $9 million in interest for its Malku Khota concession, which the Bolivian government revoked in 2012.
Correo del Sur | 26-nov-2018
El Estado boliviano le ganó el arbitraje internacional que le había instaurado la empresa canadiense South American Silver por la mina Mallku Khota y ahorró más de 367 millones de dólares.
The Globe and Mail | 20-nov-2018
A US coal miner is launching a NAFTA suit against Alberta over its policy to phase out coal in the electricity system by 2030.
Rosia Montana | 5-nov-2018
Roşia Montană voices to be heard in illegal Romanian gold mine litigation
No al TTIP | 29-oct-2018
Canadá apoya la eliminación del sistema privado de resolución de controversias entre Estado-Inversor – ISDS – en el nuevo acuerdo con EEUU y México pero persiste en mantenerlos en otros acuerdos, como en el CETA.
Globe and Mail | 28-oct-2018
Unverified rumours circulated in early 2018 that Canada was willing to abandon NAFTA’s provisions entitling foreign investors to sue for damages under what is called investor-state dispute settlement, or ISDS.
Huffington Post | 21-oct-2018
Investor-state dispute settlement was tempered in the USMCA, but the government needs to justify why it persists asking for it in other agreements.
Friends of the Earth Europe | 24-sep-2018
Our analysis of the leaked draft code of conduct of CETA tribunals reveals that the same people known as ISDS arbitrators and counsellors will now take over CETA tribunals.

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