Exiled Myanmar government threatens claim against Thai state entity

Myanmar’s government-in-exile has threatened to bring an arbitration against a Thai state-owned petroleum company to halt payments that it alleges are funding human rights violations by the country’s ruling military junta.

Argentine arbitrator challenged over Venezuela appointments

A UK election technology investor has applied to disqualify arbitrator Raúl Vinuesa from hearing a US$1.5 billion ICSID claim against Venezuela, alleging that his repeat appointments by the state raise doubts about …

Spain fails to annul hydropower award

An ICSID committee has upheld a €31 million Energy Charter Treaty award won by European hydropower investors – finding that the “correctness” of the tribunal’s application of EU law was not within …

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