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Kuwaiti logistics group Agility says two of its affiliates have won US$1.65 billion in an ICC claim against an Iraqi mobile operator that was found to have engaged in bribery and corruption.
21 March 2023
A mobile operator in Iraqi Kurdistan has won a US court order requiring Dechert to turn over documents for use in a US$1 billion ICC arbitration with an Orange subsidiary over an alleged fraud.
10 March 2023
UPDATED: A court in the Dubai International Financial Centre has rejected an Iraqi state oil company’s challenge to a US$40 million ICC award despite the arbitrators’ finding that the claimant engaged in “unethical and illicit” conduct by making payments to a member of parliament.
13 February 2023
A German company has lodged ICSID annulment proceedings in a bid to revive its US$1 billion claim against Iraq over the alleged expropriation of its cement production business.
06 February 2023
The Dubai International Arbitration Centre is to hear a dispute between UK and Iraqi partners in a joint venture that performs ground-handling and other services at Baghdad International Airport.
04 November 2022
An ICSID tribunal has summarily dismissed a US$1 billion ICSID claim against Iraq brought by a German company that said its cement production business was expropriated.
06 October 2022
The Kurdistan regional government of Iraq is bringing an LCIA claim against a London-listed oil company after terminating two production-sharing contracts.
30 September 2022
A Greek contractor has applied to enforce a US$105 million ICC award against an Iraqi state ports company over a record-breaking sea wall whose construction was allegedly delayed by an ISIS offensive and other issues.
07 June 2022
A French court has rejected Iraq’s bid to revive a €62 million ICC claim over a contract for the supply of combat helicopters that was disrupted by an arms embargo against the former regime of Saddam Hussein.
22 April 2022
An ICSID tribunal has dismissed a claim worth more than US$95 million brought by US mining companies against Rwanda, while Spain has failed to overturn a renewables award and there are new cases against Romania and Iraq.
04 April 2022
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