Publisher's ICSID award against Chile annulled in part

The ad hoc committee in ICSID's longest-running case has annulled part of a 2008 award that ordered Chile to pay 97-year-old publisher Victor Pey Casado US$10 million in damages for discriminating against him when doling out compensation for Pinochet-era expropriations.

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