Dutch court lifts multibillion Kazakh asset freeze
A Dutch court has lifted an attachment order that led to the freezing of more than US$22 billion in assets owned by a Kazakhstan sovereign fund – after finding that the arbitral creditor that won the order concealed information from the court.
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