India
The Economic Times | 20-Jan-2020
India has a faced a number of claims from foreign investors over the years under the BIT regime. It is presently engaged in over 20 investor-State disputes, with a number of them revolving around retrospective tax claims.
Economic Times | 10-Dec-2019
South Korean state owned power utility Kowepo has begun international arbitration proceedings against India in Singapore for not honouring a fuel supply commitment to its Maharashtra power plant.
New Indian Express | 2-Dec-2019
Reports claimed that foreign investors threatened to drag Andhra Pradesh to international arbitration for ‘cancelling’ renewable power purchase agreements.
BusinessLine | 28-Oct-2019
The tax department had sought ₹10,247 crore in taxes on alleged capital gains made by the company in the internal reorganisation
The Hindu Business Line | 22-Oct-2019
Indian negotiators are in Bangkok trying to insert crucial provisions in the proposed Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) pact.
People Dispatch | 21-Oct-2019
Negotiators representing 16 countries have been tasked with arriving at an agreement on the controversial Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership by October 19 but trade unions say the deal has grave consequences.
The Economic Times | 2-Oct-2019
India may cut or eliminate tariffs on 80% of products imported from China under a 16-country free trade agreement, the last round of negotiations for which is underway in Vietnam.
Outlook India | 10-Sep-2019
UK’s Cairn Energy on Tuesday said the arbitration process against India on imposition of retrospective tax demand is likely to be protracted and a decision is not expected before late 2019.
Lexology | 25-Jul-2019
Bangladesh, India, Malaysia, Singapore, South Korea.
Live Mint | 1-Jun-2019
Nissan sent a legal notice to Indian govt in 2016 claiming more than ₹5,000 crore in unpaid dues, damages at the time

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