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A US motorcycle manufacturer has filed a NAFTA claim against Mexico after the state imposed a mandatory customs duty on its imported bikes after concluding that they are in fact made in China, not the US.
Following an annulment application in July, Spain has taken a second opportunity to cast aspersions on the neutrality of arbitrator Stanimir Alexandrov - applying to disqualify him from hearing an Energy Charter Treaty claim on the grounds of his alleged relationship with an expert firm.
Pakistan has asked the World Bank to empanel an arbitration tribunal after talks failed to resolve its dispute with India over the compliance of two hydroelectric projects with the Indus Water Treaty.
The Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre has named former Shearman & Sterling associate Wesley Pang as its second managing counsel, as it expands its secretariat following an upsurge in new cases.
A Paris-seated ICC tribunal has issued an award determining the royalties due to Nokia under a smartphone patent licence with LG.
UPDATED: French pharmaceutical group Sanofi has threatened Ukraine with an investment treaty claim over an alleged fraud in its courts - as the state prepares for hearings in an unrelated dispute with a Ukrainian oligarch.
Switzerland's highest court has allowed a US$13 billion Energy Charter Treaty arbitration over the collapse of Yukos to resume after finding that Russia's challenge to an interim award on jurisdiction was premature.
Odebrecht, the Brazilian construction group that admitted to paying hundreds of millions in bribes to win projects in 12 countries, has threatened to bring an investment treaty claim against Peru over measures taken in the wake of the scandal.
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