mines
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-fév-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).
AFTINET | 15-fév-2022
Environmental defenders in Thailand have slammed a decision by the Thai Government to reinstate formerly revoked mining licenses following a lengthy legal battle in an international arbitration tribunal.
The Sydney Morning Herald | 8-fév-2022
The mine was shut amid accusations of villagers being poisoned by leaking toxic waste. Kingsgate, whose Thai subsidiary Akara Resources had operated the mine since 2001, filed an international arbitration lawsuit.

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