Region: Mexico

Odebrecht subsidiary launches claim against Pemex

A subsidiary of Brazilian construction group Odebrecht has launched an ICC claim against Mexico’s state oil company Pemex under a supply contract for a US$5.2 billion petrochemical complex.

28 January 2021

Mexican satellite fraud claim fails at ICDR

Luxembourg-based satellite operator SES has applied to enforce a costs award after fending off fraud claims brought by a Mexican business partner in an ICDR arbitration.

21 January 2021

Mexican state utility faces bid to enforce hydro award

A Chinese-Mexican consortium has applied to a US court to enforce a US$225 million LCIA award against a Mexican state utility arising from a thwarted project to construct a hydroelectric power plant.

27 July 2020

Centro de Arbitraje de MÈxico (Arbitration Centre of Mexico (CAM))

28 January 2020

Camara Nacional de Comercio de la Ciudad de Mexico, Commercial Mediation and Arbitration Commission of the Mexico City National Chamber of Commerce (CANACO)

28 January 2020

Mexico

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29 April 2019

Centro de Arbitraje de MÈxico (Arbitration Centre of Mexico (CAM))

04 January 2019

Camara Nacional de Comercio de la Ciudad de Mexico, Commercial Mediation and Arbitration Commission of the Mexico City National Chamber of Commerce (CANACO)

04 January 2019

Tribunal wraps tortilla makers' treaty claim

Two Spanish subsidiaries of Mexican food group Gruma have won nearly half a billion dollars from Venezuela in an ICSID dispute over the expropriation of their tortilla and corn flour production businesses.

28 July 2017

Annulled Pemex award can’t be enforced in Luxembourg

In a decision at odds with French and US case law, a Luxembourg court has blocked the enforcement of a US$300 million ICC award against Mexican state oil and gas company Pemex that was set aside at the seat of arbitration.

02 May 2017

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