Kazakhstan ordered to pay for actions of court bailiffs
An ICSID tribunal has ordered Kazakhstan to pay nearly US$25 million for the seizure of investments at the port of Aktau on the Caspian Sea through the “executive action” of court bailiffs that went uncorrected by the courts – but rejected allegations of judicial corruption.
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