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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.
The Monitor | 17-Dec-2021
The Keystone XL (KXL) pipeline was back in the news last week for a couple of reasons.
Radio-Canada | 24-Nov-2021
L’entreprise TC Énergie a déposé une demande d’arbitrage en vertu des règles de l’ALENA demandant au gouvernement américain une compensation financière pour avoir annulé la construction du pipeline Keystone XL.
BNN | 23-Nov-2021
Developers of Keystone XL are seeking to recoup more than $15 billion in damages connected to President Joe Biden’s decision to yank a permit for the border-crossing oil pipeline even after construction began.
CIAR Global | 22-Oct-2021
La compañía estadounidense Metlife se une a aseguradoras como Chilena Consolidada y la también estadounidense Ohio y ha enviado un aviso de intención de acudir a arbitraje al Gobierno chileno iniciando el procedimiento que da paso a las negociaciones previas para evitar el arbitraje internacional por el adelanto de rentas vitalicias.
New Straits Times | 20-Oct-2021
Sudan’s government confiscated Petronas’s assets on the grounds that they were acquired "through illegal means" during Omar al-Bashir’s regime. Some argue that Sudan is turning on its allies "under the pretext of fighting corruption".
Reuters | 24-Aug-2021
A US government watchdog found multiple problems with the construction, manufacture and design of the Keystone pipeline.
Bloomberg | 13-Aug-2021
Draft law, regulator pose risks to Discovery’s unit in Poland but Polish watchdog says treaty exempts broadcast investments.
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.

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