Estados Unidos
CIAR Global | 14-may-2021
Un grupo de inversores en hidrocarburos estadounidenses: Finley Resources Inc., MWS Management Inc., y Prize Permanent Holdings, LLC han presentado una solicitud de arbitraje de inversiones contra México ante el Centro Internacional de Arreglo de Diferencias relativas a Inversiones.
Diario Uchile | 14-may-2021
La decisión de Ohio National de someter al Estado chileno al mecanismo de solución de controversias dispuesto en el TLC con Estados Unidos, levantó las alarmas respecto de la pérdida de soberanía para nuestro país. Tres expertos analizaron los hechos y entregan sus impresiones al respecto.
Chile Mejor sin TLC | 14-may-2021
La activación del mecanismo de solución de controversias demuestra que los Tratados de Libre Comercio cercenan la soberanía del estado de Chile cuando asume decisiones como estas.
CCPA | 15-abr-2021
The removal of investor–state dispute settlement (ISDS) from the renegotiated NAFTA was a critical victory but Canada, the US and Mexico continue to be enmeshed in an extensive web of bilateral and regional accords containing ISDS.
Pulse | 6-abr-2021
According to sources related to the Lone Star ISD, the tribunal is expected to give a final ruling on Lone Star versus the Korean government case that has dragged on for nine years within the first half.
Interfax | 10-feb-2021
US Optima Ventures intend to file a lawsuit against the United States seeking compensation of $23 million in response to two civil forfeiture actions targeting their assets in Louisville.
West Law | 8-feb-2021
Alberta’s Premier said that the Canadian province, which has an equity in the now-canceled Keystone XL pipeline, may seek compensation under investor-protection provisions still in effect under NAFTA
45 Secondes | 5-feb-2021
L’Alberta, le cœur pétrolier du Canada, pourrait demander une compensation aux États-Unis après que le président nouvellement investi, Joe Biden, ait déménagé pour réparer le pipeline Keystone XL.
Australian Financial Review | 4-feb-2021
Google and Facebook could sue the government for billions of dollars over a proposed law to force the digital giants to pay publishers for displaying news content, by seizing on investment clauses in the Australia-Singapore trade agreement.
Public Citizen | 28-ene-2021
ISDS tribunals have ordered governments to pay corporations more than $989 million in compensation after ISDS attacks launched just under U.S. agreements.

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