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A court in Melbourne has enforced a Chinese venture capital fund’s US$27 million CIETAC award against Australian investors over the failed IPO of a sheepskin and textiles business.
24 May 2021
Repsol has for a second time been held liable in a US$5.5 billion SIAC claim lodged by China’s Sinopec group over the purchase of a stake in a North Sea oil venture, although several other claims were dismissed in the latest partial award.
29 April 2021
A subsidiary of Europe’s largest private equity firm has renewed its bid to seize two Andy Warhol and Martin Kippenberger paintings owned by a Chinese restaurateur as it seeks to enforce two CIETAC awards worth US$142 million in a US court.
23 April 2021
Essex Court Chambers has lost another leading arbitration silk in London in the wake of China's sanctions on the set, as Vernon Flynn QC moves to Brick Court Chambers at a time when the set is boosting its links in Hong Kong thanks to another new member.
19 April 2021
A Chinese financial services group has had an US$87 million HKIAC award confirmed in Missouri and is now eyeing enforcement in California against its US partner in a failed joint venture to resell used aircraft.
09 April 2021
A Swiss investor has threatened China with a treaty claim after his company was stripped of the rights to run an annual international jazz festival on the island of Hainan.
01 March 2021
A Chinese-owned entity has reportedly threatened a Pakistani state entity with arbitration over a US$2.2 billion electricity transmission project that is part of China’s Belt and Road initiative.
17 February 2021
A Beijing-based construction company has brought one of the first known claims by a mainland Chinese investor against an African country, seeking US$55 million from Ghana after its contract to develop an intelligent traffic management system for Accra was cancelled and it was replaced by other Chinese contractors.
11 February 2021
A Swiss court has overturned a CAS award that handed a Chinese swimmer an eight-year doping ban – finding that the tribunal chair, former Italian foreign minister Franco Frattini, had shown bias in tweets criticising Chinese dog meat eating practices and referencing skin colour.
15 January 2021
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