investment | BITs
New Indian Express | 30-Sep-2020
India will try and keep its taxation laws out of the ambit of all Bilateral Investment Treaties (BITs) and comprehensive economic pacts that it negotiates.
Mondaq | 29-Sep-2020
By acknowledging the procedural and substantive weaknesses of ISDS, this article will touch upon proposals for reform.
The Quint | 29-Sep-2020
In the sorry saga of the Vodafone tax dispute, how did we get here? The original error lies with India’s tax laws.
CIAR Global | 28-Sep-2020
Vodafone ha ganado un arbitraje de miles de millones de dólares (algunas fuentes lo cifran en cerca de 3.000 millones de dólares) a India ante un tribunal de la Corte Permanente de Arbitraje que ha declarado al país responsable de reclamaciones derivadas de un impuesto retroactivo a las transacciones.
livemint | 28-Sep-2020
Vodafone Group Plc’s big win against the Indian government could set a precedent for similar arbitration cases, including the one initiated by Cairn Energy Plc.
El Diario | 23-Sep-2020
El Gobierno ve en la limitación de los arbitrajes de inversión entre Estados miembros de la Unión Europea una posible vía para evitar en el futuro el pago de las indemnizaciones reclamadas por inversores europeos por el recorte a las energías renovables.
Lexology | 18-Sep-2020
The Micula saga is characterized by the ICSID award (and its review by the ad hoc Committee) being just the beginning rather than the conclusion of the dispute.
Trade Justice Movement | 16-Sep-2020
As the UK regains full responsibility for its trade and investment policy post-Brexit, it must seriously consider its approach to international investment protection.
Afronomics Law | 9-Sep-2020
The hegemon aspirants in international investment law have already, and perhaps unwittingly, revealed their three step manual: Disguise, dismiss, divert.
Kluwer Arbitration Blog | 7-Sep-2020
In recent years, mediation has been actively discussed for the investor-state dispute settlement (ISDS) regime, particularly as a means of reducing costs and delays.

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