Infobae | 19-Jul-2024
El Centro Internacional de Arreglo de Diferencias Relativas a Inversiones (Ciadi), tribunal que depende del Banco Mundial, instó a Marruecos pagar 150 millones de dólares (137 millones de euros) al grupo Corral Morocco Holding, presidido por el empresario saudí Mohamed Al Amoudi, por el cierre en 2016 de la Samir, la única refinería de productos petroleros del país magrebí.
360 | 19-Jul-2024
El CIADI falló a favor de Colombia, desestimando el reclamo de Eco Oro Minerals por una supuesta expropiación indirecta debido a la prohibición de minería en el páramo de Santurbán.
The Monitor | 19-Jul-2024
The welcome decision shines a light on Canada’s flawed defence in similar investor-state case against Canada.
The Jordan Times | 18-Jul-2024
Imagine a scenario where a private company effectively creates and controls its own jurisdiction within a sovereign country. This company introduces its own currency, enacts laws, and establishes courts, prisons, police forces and even intelligence services.
Le Petit Journal | 18-Jul-2024
Le CIRDI a annoncé avoir enregistré la demande de Gabriel Resources d’annuler la décision favorable à la Roumanie et avoir notifié aux parties la suspension provisoire de son exécution, lors des délibérations sur la demande d’annulation.
Swiss Info | 18-Jul-2024
The European Union will withdraw from the Energy Charter Treaty, an international agreement that protects investments in coal and oil. But Switzerland is sticking to the agreement which scientists considered incompatible with climate goals.
Prensa Latina | 17-Jul-2024
A court exempts Colombia from paying the Canadian Eco Oro Minerals Corp a compensation for the banning of gold exploitation in the northern Santurban wasteland.
bnamericas | 17-Jul-2024
Panama faces arbitration claims arising out of recent measures affecting foreign-owned investments in mining and other sectors, which are worth substantially more than half of its GDP.
The Tico Times | 17-Jul-2024
Costa Rica announced that the international litigation filed by the Canadian mining company Infinito Gold has ended after Costa Rican Justices closed the gold deposit in 2010 due to environmental impact.
Le Devoir | 17-Jul-2024
La présidence du Costa Rica a annoncé qu’un tribunal international lui avait donné raison dans le conflit qui l’oppose à la compagnie minière canadienne Infinito Gold depuis l’annulation en 2010 d’une concession aurifère pour raisons environnementales.