mining
La Jornada | 29-Mar-2022
Pakistán ha sido forzado por el Banco Mundial y Barrick Gold a otorgar un permiso minero en contra de su voluntad soberana. México debe poner especial atención a este caso por la demanda en su contra de la minera estadunidense Odyssey Marine Exploration.
Diario Financiero | 21-Mar-2022
En 2019 el Centro Internacional de Arreglo de Diferencias Relativas a Inversiones falló que el gobierno de Pakistán debía pagar US$ 5.900 millones a la empresa Tethyan Copper Company.
Breageek News | 21-Mar-2022
Barrick Gold a mis fin à un différend de longue date avec le Pakistan et va maintenant commencer à développer l’un des plus grands projets miniers d’or et de cuivre au monde.
The Express Tribune | 21-Mar-2022
In 2019, the ICSID tribunal had given an award over $6 billion against Pakistan to the TCC. At the same time, the London Court of Arbitration also imposed another $4 billion fine on Pakistan.
The Express Tribune | 17-Mar-2022
Washington DC’s District Court has dismissed Pakistan’s motions for stay enforcement of $6 billion award against the country in Reko Diq case.
La República | 9-Mar-2022
El bufete Arnold & Porter fue contratado para defender el país en un tribunal internacional.
Michael West | 4-Mar-2022
The gold mine was closed by the Thai government, but an obscure clause in a “free trade” agreement has allowed the lucrative mine in Central Thailand to reopen.
Inequality.org | 3-Mar-2022
An attempted assassination, criminalization, and violent eviction in 2014 didn’t stop the Peaceful Resistance of La Puya in Guatemala, which won legal action suspending harmful mining activities.
Inequality.org | 2-Mar-2022
In the Gulf of Ulloa, a US treasure-hunting company turned seabed mining outfit poses a dire risk to the environment.
CIEL | 25-Feb-2022
The ICSID announced their rationale for a decision to reject a non-disputing party submission (amicus curiae) filed by the Center for International Environmental Law (CIEL).

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