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Peru, Australia to sign declaration of intent on bilateral FTA
Peruvian President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski and Australia’s Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull will sign a declaration of intent so that both economies embark on a free trade agreement.
The Renco Group, Inc. v. Republic of Peru: An assessment of the investor’s contentions in the context of environmental degradation
On July 2016, a Partial Award dismissed the Renco Group Inc. v. The Republic of Peru case, indicating, however, that a new arbitration claim could be pursued against the State.
US wants to update Latin America pacts next after NAFTA
Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer pointed to the need to modernise agreements with Peru, Colombia, Panama and Chile, as well as the Central America Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA).
UK to start new ‘trade dialogue’ with Colombia, Ecuador and Peru
The UK´s trade dialogue with the Andean countries will aim to strengthen bilateral trade and prepare the ground for potential future FTAs post Brexit.
Bear Creek Mining: Santa Ana arbitration proceedings officially closed by tribunal; award decision expected by January 2018
Tribunal hearing the Bear Creek Mining’s Santa Ana ICSID arbitration claim has officially closed proceedings in the case.
Peru, Indonesia to likely start trade talks in December: Minister
Peru and Indonesia will likely start negotiating a free trade deal in December as Lima pursues a "very aggressive" trade agenda following Washington’s withdrawal from the Trans-Pacific Partnership, Peru’s trade minister said on Tuesday
Peru sees ’ambitious’ trade deal with Australia as early as 2018
Peru expects a “very ambitious” free trade deal with Australia that covers goods, services and investments to be implemented as early as next year, Peru’s deputy trade minister said
India, Peru to start FTA negotiations this week
India and South American nation Peru would start formal negotiations for a proposed free trade agreement (FTA) from this week.
Harsh sentencing of Aymara leader reveals the politics of criminalization in Peru
This past month, eighteen Aymara community leaders endured the final stages of a trial that had them facing up to 28 years in prison and massive fines for their alleged roles in the 2011 ‘Aymarazo’ protests against the Santa Ana silver mine on the Peru-Bolivia border.
Six years after the ‘Aymarazo’ protests in Peru
Criminal charges pending against 18 community leaders and a billion-dollar court case at ICSID.
Australian miners hail Peru trade talks
The Minerals Council of Australia has said that the country’s mining sector will benefit from the proposed new free trade agreement with Peru.
Australia to pursue free trade agreement with Peru
The Australian government confirmed it will be pursuing a free trade agreement with Peru, with the nation’s Trade Minister Steve Ciobo to visit Lima for the first round of negotiations in July.
Peru, Indonesia to start meetings towards trade agreement
Peru and Indonesia will soon begin a series of bilateral meetings to reach a free trade agreement.
Labor union calls out Peru over land bond dispute
The Teamsters labor union has escalated an investor dispute against Peru, arguing that its members’ pensions could be thrown into jeopardy as a result of the government’s alleged failure to pay investors $5 billion worth of debt tied up in land bonds.
Renco failed to comply with formal waiver requirement under US–Peru Trade Promotion Agreement
Renco alleged that Peru breached its TPA obligations to afford fair and equitable treatment and national treatment, as well as certain contractual obligations.
Peru "prefers" FTA with Asia through Pacific Alliance
Peru will try to expand its free trade agreements with countries of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), but "preferably" through the Pacific Alliance
Peru, India begin meetings towards trade agreement
Peruvian and Indian governments held the first technical meetings aimed to reach a trade agreement.
Peru free trade agreement could help India diversify in LatAm region
A proposed comprehensive free trade agreement between India and Peru covering goods, services and investments may not only raise India’s export volumes to the western South American nation
Peru to work with China, others on TPP alternative: president
Peru will work with China and other Asian and Pacific Rim countries to incorporate elements of the Trans-Pacific Partnership into a new agreement.
The Republic of Peru is denied recovery of legal costs despite win in Renco Group arbitration
In Renco v Peru, an UNCITRAL tribunal decided to depart from the presumption that the unsuccessful party bears the costs of the arbitration