mining
Colombia Informa | 31-Mar-2016
Después de que la Corte Constitucional dictara un fallo a favor de una demanda interpuesta por congresistas del Polo Democrático, en la que se impide hacer minería en zonas de Páramos, la multinacional canadiense Eco Oro Minerals Corp, ha anunciado la intención de demandar a Colombia bajo el capítulo de inversión del TLC entre Canadá y Colombia.
RECALCA | 30-Mar-2016
El caso fue dado a conocer por el sitio Primera Página. ”Se trata de Cosigo, de su filial en Colombia y de Tobie Mining and Energy, que decidieron llevar a Colombia bajo una demanda de arbitraje ante principal órgano jurídico central del sistema de las Naciones Unidas en el ámbito del derecho mercantil internacional (que preside Colombia)”.
AIDA | 18-Mar-2016
High-altitude wetlands that provide drinking water to more than two million people could become one of the world’s biggest gold and silver mines.
CIEL | 16-Mar-2016
The Canadian company’s Angostura mining project in the high-altitude wetlands, or páramo, of Santurbán, has announced that it could file an international arbitration suit against Colombia over measures to protect the páramo, which are important sources of water in the country.
Rabble | 10-Mar-2016
More than 2,000 people marched in Lima, Peru in opposition to the government’s plan to privatize public water services.
South Centre | 1-Mar-2016
In African countries, the expansion of international investment agreements could carry significant risks to policy space and policy tools necessary for industrialization and development.
Reuters | 25-Feb-2016
Venezuela llegó a un acuerdo para buscar una solución a un prolongado conflicto por arbitraje con la minera canadiense Gold Reserve, que reclama una indemnización de 750 millones de dólares tras el abrupto fin de una concesión que mantuvo en el país sudamericano hasta 2009.
Mining | 1-Feb-2016
Eligible Canadian investors with property confiscated by the government of Kazakhstan are now legally entitled to international arbitration under the Canada/USSR BIT.
Tico Times | 21-Jan-2016
Infinito announced that it has secured funding from a lender to continue pursuing damages stemming from Costa Rica’s cancellation of the firm’s gold mining concession in 2011.
The Malaysian Insider | 11-Jan-2016
The Malaysian government could be sued by foreign corporations if it intervened in their business activities under the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement.

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