Kazakhstan held liable under Soviet treaty
An UNCITRAL tribunal has ordered Kazakhstan to pay more than US$50 million to a Canadian uranium mining company and its CEO for violating an investment treaty signed by the former Soviet Union – at the same time dismissing the bulk of the claim valued at more than US$2 billion.
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