Iran
Yonhap | 13-jan-2022
En junio de 2018, el CIADI ordenó al Gobierno de Seúl que pagara a la familia Dayyani unos 63 millones de dólares, pero el pago no se ha realizado debido a las sanciones de EE. UU. sobre Irán.
Yonhap | 13-jan-2022
En juin 2018, le CIRDI a ordonné au gouvernement de Séoul de payer à la famille Dayyani environ 63 millions de dollars, mais le paiement n’a pas été effectué en raison des sanctions américaines imposées contre l’Iran.
Yonhap | 12-jan-2022
In June 2018, the ICSID ordered Korea to pay the Dayyani family about US$63 million, but the payment has not been made due to US sanctions on Iran.
Financial Tribune | 1er-déc-2021
Bahrain has been ordered by the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague to pay over €200 million in damages plus costs to two Iranian banks for the unlawful moves against their operations.
L’Orient Le Jour | 1er-déc-2021
Téhéran s’est félicité dimanche de la récente condamnation de Bahreïn à verser plus de 200 millions d’euros de compensation à deux banques iraniennes expropriées par ce pays arabe du Golfe.
Business Korea | 20-fév-2019
Iran’s Dayyani group started a procedure to seize the South Korean government’s assets in the Netherlands after winning its investor-state dispute against it. This is the first time that such a procedure has been initiated against the South Korean government.
The Investor | 4-jui-2018
South Korea is seeking to cancel a recent investor-state dispute settlement decision by an international tribunal in which the government was asked to compensate US$65 million to an Iranian company.
KBS | 11-jui-2018
El Gobierno surcoreano ha perdido una disputa legal contra una firma iraní por la fallida adquisición de Daewoo Electronics en 2011.
Business Korea | 8-jui-2018
The Korean government was ordered to pay about 73 billion won to an Iranian investor who filed an investor-state lawsuit, claiming that he suffered losses in the process of participating in an auction for Daewoo Electronics in 2010.
EFILA | 24-jan-2017
Joining the ICSID will enhance international perceptions of Iran as a welcoming country to invest.

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