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An ICSID additional facility tribunal has ordered Bolivia to pay US$105 million and complete its acquisition of a Spanish banking group’s pension fund administrator, finding the investor had been held “hostage” by delays to the 12-year nationalisation process.
15 July 2022
A cement consortium’s claim against Bolivia has come to light, as Peru is hit with an ICSID claim over a road project and Chile is threatened for a third time over its private pension reforms.
25 October 2021
An UNCITRAL tribunal has begun hearing a Swiss insurance company’s claim against Bolivia over the nationalisation of its pension system.
09 June 2021
Bolivia has settled a dispute with Chinese state-owned steelmakers over the suspension of construction works for an iron ore processing plant.
19 February 2021
A Bolivian state entity has paid to settle an arbitration with an Austrian contractor over a US$750 million project to develop the world’s largest cable-car system.
07 January 2021
A tribunal at the Permanent Court of Arbitration has refused to suspend an investment treaty claim against Bolivia after the state argued that the coronavirus pandemic had made work on its statement of defence “virtually impossible.”
30 April 2020
28 January 2020
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