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MercoPress | 27-May-2024
Chilean and Canadian partners of the Montecon consortium handling operations in the port of Montevideo have started an arbitration process for “damages and losses” worth up to US$ 600 million against the Uruguayan State.
Reuters | 30-Apr-2024
A free-trade agreement between Peru and China, which has been in effect since 2009, protects investments and has allowed increased trade between the countries.
CDR | 8-Apr-2024
The subject of the arbitration is given as ‘transportation fare collection services’, and invokes the 2001 bilateral investment treaty between Turkey/Türkiye and Yugoslavia as the basis for the claim.
Actu Transport Logistique | 4-Mar-2024
Saisi par DP World en 2017, le Centre international pour le règlement des différends relatifs aux investissements a arbitré en faveur de l’opérateur portuaire émirati dans le cadre d’un contentieux qui l’oppose au port d’Anvers au sujet de la concession au quai Deurganck.
Al Habtoor | 10-Jan-2024
Emirati conglomerate Al Habtoor Group served a notice of an Investment Treaty Dispute against the Lebanese Republic in connection with Lebanon’s breaches of the Bilateral Investment Treaty between the United Arab Emirates and Lebanon.
The Express Tribune | 13-Dec-2023
Pakistan concluded a settlement agreement with Ozpak, a Turkish company, in longstanding arbitration proceedings pending in the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes.
ch-aviation | 31-Oct-2023
The Paris Appeal Court has found in favour of Air Canada in its long-standing dispute with Venezuela over the payment of about USD21 million in compensation for airline ticket revenues withheld by the South American country.
IISD | 31-Oct-2023
Le tribunal ad hoc constitué en vertu du traité a scindé la procédure en deux parties, l’une portant sur sa compétence et l’autre sur le fond du recours.
The Gleaner | 9-Oct-2023
Jamaican business mogul Michael Lee-Chin has been awarded more than US$43 million in an investment dispute with the Dominican Republic.
Le Desk | 22-Sep-2023
La société espagnole réclame 407 millions d’euros au Maroc, soit pas moins de 4 milliards de dirhams.