Corruption defence fails in Cairo gas pricing case
A Cairo-seated tribunal has rejected a Spanish company’s price adjustment claim against an Egyptian state-owned gas supplier while dismissing allegations that the underlying contract was procured through corruption – part of a dispute over an LNG plant that has spawned two other pending cases worth US$3 billion.
To read more
Subscribe to Global Arbitration Review
Subscribe to unlock unlimited access
Get news, unique commentary, expert analysis and essential resources from the Global Arbitration Review experts.