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Investment Dispute Settlement Navigator

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The UNCTAD Investment Dispute Settlement Navigator contains information about known international arbitration cases initiated by investors against States pursuant to international investment agreements (IIAs). Such arbitrations are also referred to as treaty-based investor-State dispute settlement (ISDS) cases.

General disclaimer

The Navigator includes information about publicly known IIA-based international investor-State arbitration proceedings. As some proceedings (or certain aspects of proceedings) remain confidential, the information contained in the Navigator cannot be deemed exhaustive.

While every effort is made to keep the information up to date and complete, the material is provided without any guarantees or warranties as to its accuracy or completeness. UNCTAD assumes no responsibility for eventual errors or omissions in these data.

We welcome any additional information or clarifications on specific cases as well as suggestions to improve the Navigator. Please contact us using the online contact form.

Cases included in the Navigator

A case is included in the Navigator if it is:

  • an international arbitration between an investor and a State;
  • fully or partially based on an IIA, such as a bilateral investment treaty or the investment chapter of a free trade agreement (not included are investor-State disputes that are solely based on contracts or on domestic investment legislation);
  • submitted to arbitration through a notice of arbitration or a request for arbitration, and upon registration of such request if applicable (not included are cases where a disputing party has only notified the other party of the existence of a dispute or signalled its intention to submit a claim, but has not yet commenced the arbitration).

Sources of information and frequency of updating

The information included in the Navigator is collected from publicly available sources. Primary sources (i.e. official documents relating to the case and information provided by the administering institutions) are the main and preferred source of information. Secondary sources, such as specialized reporting services and other sources deemed reliable, are used to supplement primary sources and/or obtain case information otherwise unavailable.

The Navigator is updated on a regular, typically biannual, basis. The date of the last update is displayed on the Navigator’s home page.

Methodological notes for the recording of data

Case name

Full case name is recorded as it appears in the official case documents and as it is registered at the administering institution if applicable. If there are more than five claimants in the case, the names of all claimants can be replaced by the name of the first claimant followed by the words “and others”.

Short case name is ascribed by UNCTAD. Typically it is the first word of a corporate claimant’s name, an abbreviation of the corporate claimant’s name, or the last name of a natural-person claimant “v.” the short version of the respondent State’s name.

If the Navigator includes more than one case with the exact same name, then “(I)” is added to the case name of the earlier case, and a “(II)”, “(III)”, etc. is added to the name of each subsequent case.

Year of initiation

This is the year in which the notice of arbitration / request for arbitration was submitted by the claimant. For arbitrations brought under the ICSID Convention Arbitration Rules or ICSID Additional Facilities (AF) Rules, the year in which the claim was registered by ICSID is used.

Applicable IIA

This is the IIA(s) pursuant to which the claimant initiated the arbitral proceedings.

Arbitral rules

These are the arbitral rules in accordance with which the proceedings are conducted. Proceedings that are not subject to any existing set of arbitral rules, i.e. where the arbitral tribunal determines procedural rules, are marked “None (ad hoc)”.

Administering institution

This is the institution that provides administrative support for the arbitral proceedings. When the proceedings are subject to arbitral rules of a certain arbitral institution (e.g. SCC or ICC), the relevant institution administers that case. In ad hoc arbitrations or those that are subject to non-institutional arbitral rules (e.g. UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules), the parties may request any arbitral institution to administer their case (e.g. PCA). Proceedings may also be conducted without being administered by any institution.

Common abbreviations for administering institutions:

CRCICACairo Regional Centre for International Commercial Arbitration
ICCInternational Chamber of Commerce (International Court of Arbitration)
ICSIDInternational Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes
LCIALondon Court of International Arbitration
MCCIMoscow Chamber of Commerce and Industry
PCAPermanent Court of Arbitration
SCCStockholm Chamber of Commerce (Arbitration Institute)

Details of investment and summary of the dispute

The details of investment are presented as argued by the claimant, unless otherwise expressly identified by an arbitral tribunal in its decisions or awards.

The summary of the dispute describes in very general terms the conduct allegedly in breach of IIA obligations as argued by the claimant.

Economic sector and subsector

This refers to the economic sector to which the investment at issue allegedly belongs. The structure of economic activities follows the International Standard Industrial Classification of All Economic Activities, Rev.4 (UN ISIC Rev.4).

Status/Outcome of original proceedings

This refers to the current status of the original arbitration proceedings.

  • Decided in favour of State: the tribunal dismissed the case for lack of jurisdiction or found that the respondent State has not committed any breach of the applicable IIA.
  • Decided in favour of investor: the tribunal found that the respondent State committed one or more breaches of the applicable IIA and awarded monetary compensation or non-pecuniary relief to the claimant investor.
  • Decided in favour of neither party (liability found but no damages awarded): the arbitral tribunal found that the respondent State committed one or more breaches of the applicable IIA but did not award monetary compensation or non-pecuniary relief to the claimant investor.
  • Settled: the disputing parties settled the case and the arbitral proceedings were discontinued for that reason.
  • Pending: the arbitration proceedings are pending. A case remains pending if any of the following elements remain to be decided: jurisdiction, liability (merits), compensation. The case remains pending, for instance, if a State is found to have breached one or more IIA obligations (liability) but no award on damages has been issued yet.
    Notes:
    • The Navigator only records treaty-based disputes or treaty-based aspects of "mixed" disputes. In treaty-based cases that are simultaneously contract-based or based on national investment law ("mixed" disputes), a case is deemed concluded (for purposes of the Navigator) if the tribunal dismissed the case on jurisdiction or finds no breach of the IIA, even if it proceeds to adjudicate the contract- or statutory-based claims.
    • Cases in which a final award has been rendered but which are later subject to follow-on (post-award) proceedings (e.g. ICSID annulment proceedings or domestic judicial review), are marked according to the outcome of the original arbitral proceeding (i.e. not as “Pending”).
  • Discontinued: the arbitration was discontinued for any reason other than due to a (known) settlement. This includes discontinuance as a result of non-payment of arbitration fees, in order to pursue litigation in another forum, or for any other reason (including for unknown reasons).

Arbitral decisions rendered

These are decisions rendered by an arbitral tribunal. Included are those decisions that concern the substance of the case and affect the final outcome. In particular, these include decisions (awards) on jurisdictional issues, liability (merits) and damages, including arbitrators’ individual opinions where these were issued. Discontinuance orders and settlement agreements are also recorded if such information is available.

Not included are any other (supplementary) arbitral decisions, e.g. concerning provisional measures or decisions regarding requests for disqualification of arbitrators. Similarly, procedural orders issued by arbitral tribunals are not included. To access a full list of documentation available with respect to a case, users are invited to use (i) the link to the case page on http://italaw.com, and/or (ii) links to the websites of governments and/or arbitral institutions provided in the “Additional information” section.

Amounts claimed and awarded

Amount claimed refers to the amount of monetary compensation claimed by the investor, not including interest, legal costs or costs of arbitration.

Amount awarded refers to the amount of monetary compensation awarded by the arbitral tribunal to the claimant, not including interest, legal costs or costs of arbitration.

For proceedings that end in a settlement, the amount of compensation that the State agreed to pay to the claimant under the terms of settlement (if known) is recorded in this section.

Amounts are recorded in the currency used by the claimant/tribunal. The list of currencies in the Navigator follows the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 4217 code list.

To enable comparisons between cases, all amounts are also converted to US dollars. For the purposes of such conversion, the OANDA Historical Currency Converter is being used; the date of conversion is the date of the document or other source from which the information was obtained (e.g. the date in which the request for arbitration containing this amount was submitted or the date of the final award).

Whenever possible, information about amounts claimed and awarded is obtained from primary sources such as the arbitration documents. Otherwise, it is derived from other publicly available sources that are deemed reliable. In some cases, the approximate amount may be recorded to give a broad indication of the dispute’s magnitude. As a general rule, a rounded figure (to the nearest hundred thousand) of the amount claimed or awarded is provided.

If the claimant provides more than one valuation of damages claimed, the highest of these amounts is recorded.

IIA breaches alleged and found

Information about breaches alleged is primarily derived from the claimant’s request of arbitration, claimant’s memorials and/or arbitral decisions. When the relevant case documentation is not publicly available, information about breaches alleged may be obtained from other public sources that are deemed reliable.

Information about breaches found is primarily derived from the arbitral decisions. When the relevant decision is not publicly available, information about breaches found may be obtained from other public sources that are deemed reliable.

Claims concerning expropriation are classified as “direct” or “indirect” according to the characterisation made by the claimant and/or the tribunal. Whenever a claimant or the tribunal refer to “expropriation”, without distinguishing between “direct” or “indirect”, such distinction is made on the basis of the factual background of the case and the context of the claimant’s claims and tribunal’s findings.

Composition of tribunal

These are individuals who serve as members of the arbitral tribunal adjudicating the dispute (arbitrators).

The disputing party (i.e. claimant or respondent) that appointed a particular arbitrator is also recorded insofar as information is available. Instances where the respondent failed to appoint an arbitrator, and the latter was appointed by an “appointing authority”, are not recorded separately (i.e. both types of appointment are recorded under “Appointed by / designated to Respondent” without further distinction).

In case an arbitrator has been replaced by another individual (e.g. as a result of resignation, disqualification or passing away), the names of both the previous and subsequent arbitrator are recorded.

Follow-on (post-award) proceedings

Follow-on (post-award) proceedings include three types of legal proceedings:

  • ICSID annulment proceedings;
  • Judicial review by national courts (set-aside proceedings); and
  • ICSID resubmission proceedings.

Initiation of a follow-on proceeding by either disputing party does not affect the field “Case Status/Outcome” of the original proceeding, until the follow-on proceeding is completed. For example, in a case where a final award has been rendered but it is later subject to a follow-on proceeding (e.g. ICSID annulment proceeding), the status of the case is marked according to the outcome of the original arbitral proceeding (i.e. not as “Pending”).

Decisions, judgments and/or awards rendered in the course of follow-on (post-award) proceedings, as well as any individual opinions appended to them, are recorded.

The composition of the ICSID ad hoc committees that adjudicate requests for annulment under the ICSID Convention is recorded.

Link to Italaw’s case page

The Italaw.com portal offers a wide collection of case documentation for many investor-State disputes. It makes available not only the main arbitral decisions, but also procedural orders, parties’ submissions, expert opinions and other types of documents.

A link to the relevant case page at http://italaw.com is provided where such page is available, so that users could browse all documents relating to the case at hand.

Additional information

This section provides links to sources of information used for gathering data for the case at hand or otherwise relevant to that case. These may include links to websites of arbitral/administering institutions, governments, international organisations, specialised reporting services (including subscription-based), media and other resources.

Number of cases as respondent State
1 60
Updated as of 31 December 2017

Peru - as respondent State

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No. Year of
initiation
Short case
name
Summary Outcome of
original proceedings
Respondent
State
Home State
of investor
1 2017 Lidercón v. Peru Lidercón, S.L. v. Republic of Peru (ICSID Case No. ARB/17/9) Peru - Spain BIT (1994) ICSID ICSID Investment: Concession contract with the municipality of Lima for the operation of vehicle inspection centres.

Summary: Claims arising out of a municipality’s alleged non-compliance with a concession contract that grants the claimant an exclusive right to operate vehicle inspection centres in Lima.
Concession contract with the municipality of Lima for the operation of vehicle inspection centres. Pending Peru Spain Tertiary: G - Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles 45 - Wholesale and retail trade and repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles Paulsson, J. - President

Gonzalez de Cossio, F. - Claimant

Perezcano Diaz, H. - Respondent
300.00 mln USD Data not available Data not available Pending None None None None None None None
2 2016 Gramercy v. Peru Gramercy Funds Management LLC, and Gramercy Peru Holdings LLC v. The Republic of Peru Peru-US FTA UNCITRAL Data not available Investment: Ownership of 9,700 Peruvian Agrarian Land Reform Bonds (the bonds had been issued to Peruvian citizens in compensation for the expropriation of agrarian land in the late 1960s and acquired by the claimants between 2006 and 2008).

Summary: Claims arising out of a 2013 decision of Peru’s Constitutional Tribunal and subsequent Supreme Decrees passed in 2014 that related to the repayment scheme for government-issued land reform bonds. The said decisions prescribed the value of the bonds to be determined by using a specific method, which allegedly diminished the total value of the bonds, owned by the claimants, from USD 1.6 billion to USD 1.1 million.
Ownership of 9,700 Peruvian Agrarian Land Reform Bonds (the bonds had been issued to Peruvian citizens in compensation for the expropriation of agrarian land in the late 1960s and acquired by the claimants between 2006 and 2008). Pending Peru United States of America Tertiary: K - Financial and insurance activities 64 - Financial service activities, except insurance and pension funding Drymer, S. L. - Claimant

Stern, B. - Respondent
1600.00 mln USD Data not available Indirect expropriation

Fair and equitable treatment/Minimum standard of treatment, including denial of justice claims

National treatment

Most-favoured nation treatment

Other
Pending None None None None None None None
3 2014 Bear Creek Mining v. Peru Bear Creek Mining Corporation v. Republic of Peru (ICSID Case No. ARB/14/21) Canada-Peru FTA ICSID ICSID Investment: Rights under a concession agreement concluded with the claimant to operate the Santa Ana silver mining site in Peru.

Summary: Claims arising out of the enactment by the Government of Supreme Decree 032 that revoked claimant's concession to operate the Santa Ana mining project in Peru on the ground that it was no longer in the national interest, resulting in a complete cease of activities at Santa Ana and alleged significant damages to the claimant.
Rights under a concession agreement concluded with the claimant to operate the Santa Ana silver mining site in Peru. Decided in favour of investor Peru Canada Primary: B - Mining and quarrying 7 - Mining of metal ores Böckstiegel, K.-H. - President

Pryles, M. C. - Claimant

Sands, P. - Respondent
522.20 mln USD 18.20 mln USD Direct expropriation

Indirect expropriation

Fair and equitable treatment/Minimum standard of treatment, including denial of justice claims

Full protection and security, or similar

Arbitrary, unreasonable and/or discriminatory measures
Indirect expropriation Award dated 30 November 2017 Partial Dissenting Opinion by Philippe Sands None None None None None
4 2013 Exeteco v. Peru Exeteco International Company S.L. v. Republic of Peru Peru - Spain BIT (1994) UNCITRAL Data not available Investment: Concession for the construction and management of a prison.

Summary: Claims arising out of cancellation of a concession to construct and manage a private prison that had been granted to a group of enterprises which included the claimant.
Concession for the construction and management of a prison. Pending Peru Spain Tertiary: F - Construction 41 - Construction of buildings Derains, Y. - President

Perezcano Diaz, H. - Unknown

Martinez, S. L. - Unknown
Data not available Data not available Data not available Pending None None None None None None None
5 2012 Isolux v. Peru Isolux Corsán Concesiones S.A. v. Republic of Peru, ICSID Case No. ARB/12/5 Peru - Spain BIT (1994) ICSID ICSID Investment: Rights under two concession agreements to build an electrical transmission line in Peru.

Summary: Claims arising out of the modification of tender rules by Peru concerning the construction of an electrical transmission line allegedly designed to prevent further participation by the claimant after it had initially qualified, by requiring Isolux a higher bank guarantee as opposed to that required from other bidders.
Rights under two concession agreements to build an electrical transmission line in Peru. Settled Peru Spain Tertiary: D - Electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning supply 35 - Electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning supply Perezcano Diaz, H. - President

Mourre, A. - Claimant

Grigera Naón, H. A. - Respondent
Data not available Data not available Data not available Not applicable - settled or discontinued before decision on liability Award embodying the parties' settlement agreement dated 25 March 2014 None None None None None None
6 2011 Levy and Gremcitel v. Peru Renée Rose Levy and Gremcitel S.A. v. Republic of Peru (ICSID Case No. ARB/11/17) France - Peru BIT (1993) ICSID ICSID Investment: Direct and indirect controlling shareholding in Peruvian company that held title to three parcels of land located in the Municipality of Chorrillos, Peru.

Summary: Claims arising out of disagreements between the parties concerning the legal effects of three sales contracts of land for a property development project, and the issuance of a resolution by Peru's National Institute of Culture establishing boundaries delimitations that allegedly imposed on the land an intangibility status which did not exist until then and hence rendered claimants' project meaningless.
Direct and indirect controlling shareholding in Peruvian company that held title to three parcels of land located in the Municipality of Chorrillos, Peru. Decided in favour of State Peru France Tertiary: L - Real estate activities 68 - Real estate activities Kaufmann-Kohler, G. - President

Zuleta, E. - Claimant

Vinuesa, R. E. - Respondent
41000.00 mln USD Data not available Fair and equitable treatment/Minimum standard of treatment, including denial of justice claims None - jurisdiction declined Award dated 9 January 2015 None None None None None None
7 2011 Renco v. Peru The Renco Group, Inc. v. Republic of Peru (ICSID Case No. UNCT/13/1) Peru-US FTA UNCITRAL ICSID Investment: Interests in the mining project of La Oroya held through a wholly-owned affiliate; rights under certain stock transfer agreement and guaranty agreement.

Summary: Claims arising out of alleged arbitrary and unfair application of government measures and contracts related to interests in the mining operations in La Oroya, which Renco owned through its wholly-owned affiliate, Doe Run Peru S.R. LTDA.
Interests in the mining project of La Oroya held through a wholly-owned affiliate; rights under certain stock transfer agreement and guaranty agreement. Decided in favour of State Peru United States of America Primary: B - Mining and quarrying 7 - Mining of metal ores Moser, M. J. - President

Fortier, L. Y. - Claimant

Landau, T. - Respondent
800.00 mln USD Data not available Indirect expropriation

Fair and equitable treatment/Minimum standard of treatment, including denial of justice claims

National treatment

Umbrella clause
None - jurisdiction declined Decision as to the Scope of the Respondent’s Preliminary Objections under Article 10.20(4) dated 18 December 2014

Partial Award on Jurisdiction dated 15 July 2016

Final Award dated 9 November 2016
None None None None None None
8 2011 World Callao v. Peru DP World Callao S.R.L., P&O Dover (Holding) Limited, and The Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company v. Republic of Peru (ICSID Case No. ARB/11/21) Peru - United Kingdom BIT (1993) ICSID ICSID Investment: Rights under a concession agreement granted by the Peruvian Government to build and operate a pier at Lima's port of Callao.

Summary: Claims arising out of alleged Government discriminatory treatment by not allowing the claimants to participate in the bidding for the North Pier of Callao's Port, as well as the alleged lack of compensation to the investor for granting better conditions to the current operator of the North Pier which allegedly affected the economic balance of the concession agreement of the South Pier and the competitive conditions guaranteed by the State.
Rights under a concession agreement granted by the Peruvian Government to build and operate a pier at Lima's port of Callao. Pending Peru United Kingdom Tertiary: F - Construction 42 - Civil engineering Veeder, V. V. - President

Orrego Vicuña, F. - Claimant

von Wobeser, C. - Respondent
200.00 mln USD Data not available Most-favoured nation treatment Pending None None None None None None None
9 2010 Convial Callao v. Peru Convial Callao S.A. and CCI - Compañía de Concesiones de Infraestructura S.A. v. Republic of Peru (ICSID Case No. ARB/10/2) Argentina - Peru BIT (1994) ICSID ICSID Investment: Rights under a concession agreement to build and operate a toll highway in Peru; financing for the construction of the project.

Summary: Claims arising out of the earlier termination by the Callao municipal government of a concession to construct a toll highway near Lima previously granted to the claimants.
Rights under a concession agreement to build and operate a toll highway in Peru; financing for the construction of the project. Decided in favour of State Peru Argentina Tertiary: F - Construction 42 - Civil engineering Derains, Y. - President

Zuleta, E. - Claimant

Stern, B. - Respondent
105.00 mln USD Data not available Indirect expropriation

Fair and equitable treatment/Minimum standard of treatment, including denial of justice claims

Full protection and security, or similar

Most-favoured nation treatment

Arbitrary, unreasonable and/or discriminatory measures
None - all claims dismissed at the merits stage Final Award dated 21 May 2013 None None None None None None
10 2010 De Levi v. Peru Renée Rose Levy de Levi v. Republic of Peru (ICSID Case No. ARB/10/17) France - Peru BIT (1993) ICSID ICSID Investment: Shareholding in the French-owned banking institution Banco Nuevo Mundo (BNM).

Summary: Claims arising out of an emergency regime for financial institutions put in place by Peru in 2000 to facilitate the restructuring of the banking sector and alleged measures by the oversight agency for banking, SBS, leading to the bankruptcy of the bank in which the claimant had invested after considering that the institution had failed to meet payment obligations.
Shareholding in the French-owned banking institution Banco Nuevo Mundo (BNM). Decided in favour of State Peru France Tertiary: K - Financial and insurance activities 64 - Financial service activities, except insurance and pension funding Oreamuno Blanco, R. - President

Morales Godoy, J. - Claimant

Hanotiau, B. - Respondent
6989.00 mln USD Data not available Indirect expropriation

Fair and equitable treatment/Minimum standard of treatment, including denial of justice claims

Full protection and security, or similar

National treatment
None - all claims dismissed at the merits stage Award dated 26 February 2014 Dissenting Opinion of Prof. Joaquín Morales Godoy (Award) ICSID annulment proceedings Discontinued (ICSID annulment proceedings) Order taking note of the discontinuance of the proceeding issued by the ad hoc Committee dated 24 September 2014, pursuant to ICSID Arbitration Rule 44 (ICSID annulment proceedings) None Townsend, J. M. - President

Bucher, A. - Member

Shin, H.-T. - Member
11 2007 Tza Yap Shum v. Peru Tza Yap Shum v. Republic of Peru (ICSID Case No. ARB/07/6) China - Peru BIT (1994) ICSID ICSID Investment: Majority shareholding in a Peruvian company engaged in the purchase and export of fish flour to Asian markets.

Summary: Claims arising out of the seizure of the bank account of claimant's enterprise due to tax debt and other alleged actions undertaken by Peruvian tax authorities that resulted in the substantive deprivation of claimant's investment.
Majority shareholding in a Peruvian company engaged in the purchase and export of fish flour to Asian markets. Decided in favour of investor Peru China Secondary: C - Manufacturing 10 - Manufacture of food products Kessler, J. L. - President

Otero, H. - Claimant

Fernández-Armesto, J. - Respondent
71.50 mln PEN (25.80 mln USD) 0.78 mln USD Indirect expropriation Indirect expropriation Decision on Jurisdiction and Competence dated 19 June 2009

Award dated 7 July 2011
None ICSID annulment proceedings Award/decision upheld (ICSID annulment proceedings) Decision on Annulment dated 12 February 2015 (ICSID annulment proceedings) None Hascher, D. - President

McRae, D. M. - Member

Williams, D. A. R. - Member
12 2003 Industria Nacional de Alimentos v. Peru Industria Nacional de Alimentos, S.A. and Indalsa Perú, S.A. (formerly Empresas Lucchetti, S.A. and Lucchetti Perú, S.A.) v. Republic of Peru (ICSID Case No. ARB/03/4) Chile - Peru BIT (2000) ICSID ICSID Investment: Permits for the construction of a pasta factory located in the Municipality of Lima.

Summary: Claims arising out of the revocation by the Municipality of Lima of construction permits previously granted to the investor and of local decrees purporting to expropriate the investor's land for environmental reasons.
Permits for the construction of a pasta factory located in the Municipality of Lima. Decided in favour of State Peru Chile Secondary: C - Manufacturing 10 - Manufacture of food products Buergenthal, T. - President

Paulsson, J. - Claimant

Cremades, B. M. - Respondent
Data not available Data not available Direct expropriation

Fair and equitable treatment/Minimum standard of treatment, including denial of justice claims

National treatment

Most-favoured nation treatment

Arbitrary, unreasonable and/or discriminatory measures
None - jurisdiction declined Award dated 7 February 2005 None ICSID annulment proceedings Award/decision upheld (ICSID annulment proceedings) Decision on Annulment dated 5 September 2007 (ICSID annulment proceedings) None Danelius, H. - President

Giardina, A. - Member

Berman, F. - Member
13 1998 Compagnie Minière v. Peru Compagnie Minière Internationale Or S.A. v. Republic of Peru (ICSID Case No. ARB/98/6) France - Peru BIT (1993) ICSID ICSID Investment: Shareholding in project company for the construction and operation of a gold mine in Peru.

Summary: Claims arising out of disagreements over a gold exploitation project for the construction and operation of a gold mine in the highlands of northern Peru.
Shareholding in project company for the construction and operation of a gold mine in Peru. Settled Peru France Primary: B - Mining and quarrying 7 - Mining of metal ores Brownlie, I. - President

Álvarez, H. C. - Claimant

Highet, K. - Respondent
Data not available Data not available Data not available Not applicable - settled or discontinued before decision on liability Order taking note of the discontinuance of the proceeding issued by the Secretary-General dated 23 February 2001, pursuant to Arbitration Rule 43(1) None None None None None None