The Times of India | 4-Apr-2024
Switzerland pursues a new bilateral investment treaty with India post EFTA deal, addressing model treaty concerns.India remains reluctant on concessions, focusing on market.
Zimeye | 27-Jan-2024
A London court has ordered Zimbabwe to pay US$125 million to two timber firms whose land was seized by the government, rejecting its claim of state immunity in a case that tests the enforcement of international arbitration awards.
APA News | 26-Jan-2024
La justice britannique a demandé au Zimbabwe de se conformer à une décision de 2015 exigeant le paiement de 125 millions de dollars à deux entreprises pour des terres saisies lors de la réforme foncière controversée du pays au début des années 2000.
Nikkei Asia | 16-Jan-2024
Investors in Hong Kong are preparing to file a request for arbitration against the Swiss government for writing off the AT1 bonds issued by Credit Suisse, claiming the move was at odds with a bilateral investment treaty between the jurisdictions.
The Korea Times | 22-Jun-2023
10 ISDS (investor-state dispute settlement) cases were filed against the Korean government and five of them are currently pending.
Zone Bourse | 22-May-2023
Le Qatar Investment Authority a demandé des conseils juridiques pour savoir s’il avait des droits à faire valoir contre les autorités suisses, après la vente forcée du Credit Suisse Group AG à UBS Group AG pour une fraction de sa valeur de marché.
Reuters | 22-May-2023
Qatar’s sovereign wealth fund, Credit Suisse’s second-largest investor, has explored seeking redress for losses incurred by the bank’s takeover.
24 heures | 12-May-2023
Pourquoi cet instrument pourrait coûter cher à la Suisse.
Nikkei Asia | 11-May-2023
Japanese investors will soon file a request for arbitration regarding Credit Suisse’s Additional Tier 1 bonds, under the economic partnership agreement between Japan and Switzerland.
Euractiv | 13-Feb-2023
Bern said it will not join the European Union’s proposed mass exit from a controversial energy investment protection treaty, sparking fears that fossil fuel companies will use Switzerland as a rear base to keep suing governments over climate action.