Mexico faces claims from oil and hotel investors
A NAFTA tribunal has begun hearing a US$700 million claim against Mexico brought by a group of US investors in an oil services business, as the state faces two other treaty disputes worth a combined US$95 million relating to hotel properties in a coastal town expropriated in dramatic circumstances.
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