Netherlands
SOMO | 28-Jan-2020
CETA strengthens the legal position of North American companies in the EU and exposes European governments and taxpayers to potential claims.
Réalités | 25-Nov-2019
Le tribunal arbitral ordonne à l’Etat tunisien de remettre les états financiers de la banque à ABCI.
ilBoursa | 10-Oct-2019
La saisie conservatoire sur les actifs de la STB au sein de la TFBank, opérée par le groupe néerlandais ABCI Investment dans le cadre de l’affaire de la Banque Franco-Tunisienne, devient sans effet.
The Daily Herald | 7-Oct-2019
Bank of Orinoco has initiated an international arbitration against the Netherlands over alleged discriminatory and irrational measures by the government of Curaçao.
AFTINET | 16-Sep-2019
German company Uniper has threatened to bring an ISDS case against the Dutch government after a decision to ban coal-based power generation by 2030.
Global Legal Chronicle | 6-Sep-2019
Squire Patton Boggs has successfully defended the Republic of Estonia against a US$100 million investment treaty claim brought by Estonian water provider AS Tallinna Vesi and its Dutch shareholder United Utilities.
Kapitalis | 6-Sep-2019
Le fonds d’investissement ABCI Investment, basé aux Pays-Bas, a fait effectuer une saisie sur un avoir de l’Etat tunisien, à savoir TF Bank, l’établissement bancaire tunisien basé à Paris, en France.
ERR News | 24-Jun-2019
Tallinn water utility Tallinna Vesi has seen its claim against the Estonian state overruled by the International Centre for the Settlement of Investment Dispute (ICSID), and has been ordered to pay costs likely to be in excess of half a million euros.
ILO | 19-Jun-2019
The Dutch government has obtained the authorisation required to start renegotiations with eight non-EU countries on its new model bilateral investment treaty and conclude new BITs with two others.
The Citizen | 25-Mar-2019
The preferential protection of bilateral investments between Tanzania and the Netherlands is likely to cease next month but the protection for investments made before the date of termination continues to apply for a period of 15 years (until 1 April 2034).

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