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An UNCITRAL case against Bolivia concerning mining concessions is underway at the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague despite the death of one of the claimants at the start of this year.
A Russian deputy minister of justice told delegates at GAR Live Moscow that the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre will apply to become the first foreign institution licensed to administer arbitrations in Russia – as amendments to the country’s arbitration law take effect later this month.
GAR Live Moscow took place on 21 March at the InterContinental Hotel. Photos of the event are now available.
A SIAC-administered tribunal has ordered the construction arm of South Korea’s Samsung to pay US$94 million in a dispute over work on a multibillion-dollar mining project in Australia, but it remains unclear how much of that sum the counterparty in the case will be entitled to collect.
Subsidiaries of a Canadian mining company that lost an ICSID claim against Kenya last year have applied to annul the award, which they call a “black swan” for its finding that an investment treaty implicitly required that investments comply with national law.
A US court has entered a default judgment confirming an ICC award worth over US$60 million against Tanzania, ruling that the state had wilfully failed to comply with a deadline to respond to the confirmation petition.
An ICSID tribunal has recommended that Egypt grant Al Jazeera necessary access to an imprisoned journalist and ensure his humane treatment so that he can testify in an arbitration concerning an alleged state campaign of harassment against the Qatari broadcaster.
Venezuela’s self-declared acting president Juan Guaidó has asked a US court for leave to intervene in an appeal concerning the fate of the country’s most valuable US asset, oil refining business Citgo Petroleum.
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