Argentina liable over revoked gaming licence
A divided ICSID tribunal has ordered Argentina to pay US$22 million to an Austrian casino group over the revocation of a gaming licence, with a dissenting arbitrator saying the measure was a legitimate response to the investor’s failure to observe rules aimed at preventing money laundering.
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