mining
OpinioJuris | 26-Aug-2021
The new resource extraction regime continued to consolidate through the approval of new development plans, new standards, and the signing of international investment agreements.
Proactive | 18-Aug-2021
Pathfinder Minerals PLC has gained ground after some progress towards settling a dispute in Mozambique.
IOL | 18-Aug-2021
RUSSIAN attorneys have warned they will institute international arbitration proceedings against South Africa for failing to protect their client Transasia Mineral’s investment after the company was allegedly defrauded of R458 million by a local businessman.
Media Congo | 9-Aug-2021
New evidence from a UN report and a high-profile investor arbitration case is casting a spotlight on Rwanda’s role in sophisticated smuggling networks that extract gold and coltan from Congolese conflict zones and funnel the strategically important minerals illicitly into global supply chains.
The Maritime Executive | 9-Aug-2021
A lawsuit filed against the Mexican government for denying a permit for seabed mining has put a spotlight on the lack of international rules for such practices.
The Globe and Mail | 6-Aug-2021
New evidence from a UN report and a high-profile investor arbitration case is casting a spotlight on Rwanda’s role in sophisticated smuggling networks that extract gold and coltan from Congolese conflict zones and funnel the strategically important minerals illicitly into global supply chains.
Gabriel Resources | 5-Aug-2021
The UNESCO application and inscription are fundamentally at odds with Romania’s obligations under its investment treaties in relation to Gabriel’s gold and silver project.
Swiss Info | 28-Jul-2021
La Unesco declaró hoy la antigua mina romana de Rosia Montana, en Rumanía, Patrimonio Mundial de la Humanidad, una decisión que cierra la puerta a la explotación de las toneladas de minerales preciosos que hacen del subsuelo de la zona la mayor reserva de oro de Europa.
Balkan Insight | 28-Jul-2021
The derailment of the plans led Canadian mining company Gabriel Resources to sue the Romanian government for $5.7 billion before the Washington-based ICSID.
GEO | 28-Jul-2021
Une compagnie canadienne, Gabriel Resources, avait demandé en 2015 un arbitrage international et réclamé 4,4 milliards de dollars de dédommagements à la Roumanie.

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