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A Canadian mining company has made good on its threat to file a US$1 billion investment treaty claim against Turkey over the state’s refusal to renew licences for a gold mining project that has faced protests over alleged environmental damage and deforestation.
08 June 2021
A Canadian mining company is to file a US$1 billion investment treaty claim against Turkey over the state’s refusal to renew licences for a controversial gold mining project that has faced environmental protests.
20 April 2021
Azerbaijan’s national oil company has won a second damages award against a Turkish shipping group and its imprisoned founder – while a third award is expected imminently in the billion-dollar dispute that has spawned a trio of arbitrations.
28 January 2021
A Singaporean holding company has launched an ICSID claim against Turkey over the nationalisation of an energy conglomerate following a failed coup attempt in 2016.
21 September 2020
The High Court in London has blocked a UK company from funding a US$6 billion ICSID claim against Turkey, finding there was a “seriously arguable” case that the document that provides the jurisdictional basis for the arbitration had been forged.
27 March 2020
24 January 2020
Greece’s state-owned gas company Depa says it has won a Stockholm-seated ICC arbitration filed against Turkish counterpart Botaş in the latest installment of a 10-year dispute over the price of gas supplied under a pipeline deal.
23 January 2020
11 April 2019
04 January 2019
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