Algerian state entity fails to reopen energy tariff
An ICC tribunal has ordered an Algerian state-owned entity to pay US$100 million after rejecting its attempt to revise the pricing formula in an electricity supply contract with a subsidiary of embattled Canadian engineering firm SNC-Lavalin.
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