mining
The News | 18-Sep-2020
The World Bank’s ICSID has granted Pakistan a stay order of six months in the Reko Diq case in which Islamabad was awarded with a whopping $6 billion fine.
GlobeNewswire | 17-Sep-2020
Odyssey filed the first memorial, alleging that Mexico wrongfully denied environmental approval of the ExO Phosphate project in breach of NAFTA.
Afronomics Law | 11-Sep-2020
Tanzania’s reforms show that the claim that African states should regard ISDS mechanism as the preferred method for resolving investment disputes is not only very contested, but that there are legitimate grounds for those contestations.
First News | 10-Sep-2020
Australian mining firm Prairie Mining has launched international arbitration proceedings against Poland, claiming damages for the alleged hindering of the development of its two coal mines located in the country.
Africa Intelligence | 9-Sep-2020
Après plusieurs mois à menacer de lancer des procédures d’arbitrage contre l’Etat tanzanien pour annulation de leurs permis miniers, trois sociétés ont décidé de concrétiser leur action.
New York Times | 9-Sep-2020
Pakistan is seeking the reversal of a $5.8 billion penalty imposed by an international tribunal for denying a mining lease to an Australian company, saying that paying the fine would hinder its handling of the coronavirus pandemic.
AFTINET | 3-Sep-2020
Australia, with its many Bilateral Investment Treaties and FTAs, contributes to a system of treaty shopping by mining companies looking to sue governments over unfavourable decisions.
Reuters | 1-Sep-2020
Barrick Gold Corp has lost a court challenge in Papua New Guinea over rights to a highlands gold mine and intends to appeal to the country’s Supreme Court.
Mining.com | 28-Aug-2020
Canada’s Barrick Gold said it would challenge the Papua New Guinea government alleged move to grant a 20-year lease for the Porgera gold mine to a state-backed firm.
Earthworks | 26-Aug-2020
Un nuevo informe expone las omisiones y tergiversaciones en la demanda de una empresa minera estadounidense por más de 400 millones de dólares en contra del gobierno guatemalteco.

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