Lebanese-Saudi media feud leads to ICC award
An ICC tribunal has ordered media companies owned by a Saudi prince to pay around US$20 million to a Lebanese television broadcaster for terminating their business partnership, as the station’s chairman faces claims worth US$220 million in two other arbitrations.
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