finance | banking | taxes
Finance Uncovered | 21-Jan-2021
The battle between ConocoPhillips and Vietnam result could mark a significant shift in the way huge multinationals fight off the threat of taxes from desperate revenue authorities in developing countries.
El Economista | 19-Jan-2021
El banco informó al ejecutivo, fiscalía y corte suprema que de no obtener respuesta a una solicitud de Amparo en el caso que perdió ante José Salaverría, iniciará un proceso contra el país.
Pulse | 1-Dec-2020
The South Korean government has opted for an international arbitration over its longstanding dispute with Lone Star Funds after it turned down the US fund’s final $870-million out-of-court settlement proposal.
Business Korea | 24-Nov-2020
Lone Star Funds, which is in litigation against the South Korean government at the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes, suggested US$870 million as a concession.
Business Today | 27-Oct-2020
Solicitor General Tushar Mehta has advised the government that the decision of an arbitration tribunal cannot contradict the law passed by a sovereign parliament.
Bar and Bench | 26-Oct-2020
The scope of consent to arbitration is an important issue that needs to be finally settled - not least because it could have multi-billion dollar implications for India in respect of other cases involving challenges to India’s taxation measures by foreign investors.
Le Temps | 23-Oct-2020
Le Pérou, le Mexique et l’Argentine sont menacés de plaintes par des multinationales pour des mesures adoptées pendant la crise. Le Chili aussi, où un référendum pour une nouvelle constitution a lieu le 25 octobre
Kapitalis | 23-Oct-2020
Le Cirdi avait émis, en juillet 2017, un verdict rendant l’Etat tunisien responsable. Une compensation pouvant dépasser plus d’un milliard de dollars est évoquée.
Reuters | 20-Oct-2020
OTP Bank has sued the Croatian government to recover about $34.60 million it lost during a mandatory conversion of Swiss franc-denominated loans to euro-based loans in 2015.
Africa Intelligence | 7-Oct-2020
Le premier ministre tunisien a accepté une médiation avec ABCI Investments, qui réclame un milliard de dollars devant le tribunal arbitral Cirdi. Mais il a presque aussitôt fait marche arrière.

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