After two decades, 101 year-old claimant receives second knockback at ICSID
Nineteen years after the dispute began, a second ICSID tribunal has refused to grant monetary compensation to Spanish publisher Victor Pey Casado, now aged 101, for the loss of his publishing business under the Pinochet regime – with the arbitrators expressing their hope that the case will now be at a “final end”.
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