Mauritius defeats treaty claim over DNA lab
An UNCITRAL tribunal has rejected a US$12 million claim brought by two French investors against Mauritius over failed plans to establish a laboratory for DNA analysis – after finding that the state’s consent to arbitrate could not be imported from another treaty via a most-favoured nation clause.
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