Gazprombank v Belarus: the value of requiring direct evidence to support illegality allegations

Following Gazprombank’s recent threat to pursue a claim against Belarus over actions taken in a controversial and politically sensitive money-laundering investigation, Nikhil Gore and Amanda Tuninetti of Covington & Burling highlight the value of investment tribunals requiring direct evidence to support a state’s allegations of corruption and illegality against an investor.


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