Exxon sees US$1.4 billion chopped from Venezuela award
An ICSID annulment committee has dramatically chopped US$1.41 billion from an award won by ExxonMobil against Venezuela, holding that the damages were granted based on contradictory reasoning, “straw man” arguments and the assertion of powers under international law that were not mandated by the relevant bilateral investment treaty.
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