The Venezuelan government is taking its effort to torpedo a $1.4 billion arbitral award issued to Canadian mining company Crystallex International Corp. to the D.C. Circuit Court, according to a notice of appeal filed Friday. A district court in March struck down the embattled Andean nation’s effort to quash the International Centre for the Settlement of Investment Disputes award, which stems from the revocation of a mining agreement between Crystallex and the government-owned Corporación Venezolana de Guayana, saying there was no evidence a World Bank arbitration. More…
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- Treasury Sanctions Prominent Venezuelan Drug Trafficker Tareck El Aissami and His Primary Frontman Samark Lopez Bello
- IACHR Concerned about Situation of Venezuelan Migrants and Calls on States in the Region to Implement Measures to Protect Them