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An ICSID tribunal has dismissed a third-party funded claim worth almost US$500 million brought by Turkish construction investors against Turkmenistan – just as another case against the Central Asian state is registered at the centre.
07 May 2021
A Swedish national allegedly deported from the United Arab Emirates has filed an ICSID claim over his data storage business in the country – while Turkmenistan is also facing a new claim at the centre lodged by Turkish construction investors.
23 April 2021
A Swiss court has upheld an ICC award requiring the National Iranian Gas Company to pay over €1.5 billion to a Turkmen state entity, dismissing arguments that US sanctions make payment impossible.
25 February 2021
Turkmenistan’s national gas company Turkmengaz has reportedly been awarded around US$2 billion in an ICC claim concerning payments for the supply of natural gas to Iran.
30 June 2020
Turkmenistan is to begin arbitration against a company from Belarus, one of the few states with which it has steady economic relations, alleging delays in the construction of a US$1 billion potash fertiliser plant that is the largest in central Asia.
07 November 2018
AWARD NOW PUBLIC: An ICSID tribunal has ruled that Turkmenistan mistreated an investor in a project to build highway bridges but ordered it to pay only a small fraction of the US$50 million damages sought, GAR has learned.
27 January 2017
The national gas companies of Iran and Turkmenistan are apparently poised for international arbitration, after the latter cut off gas supplies to Iran on New Year’s Day.
04 January 2017
After successfully bringing an ICSID claim against Turkmenistan over an expropriated poultry farm, German law firm Gleiss Lutz has served a notice of dispute on the central Asian state on behalf of the insolvency administrators of a 96-year-old German construction company that won a government tender to build grain mills and café-bakeries.
20 December 2016
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